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What is the essay on cyber warfare between the United States and Taiwn


"Taiwanese government networks receive approximately 30 million attacks a month, of which half are suspected to come from China," said an expert.

The
        
cyber attacks
        
 They can transform into a devastating war.

To know what the scope of an offense of this type will be, you just have to think about hospitals, finances or energy systems.

The control of these infrastructures rests on online programs and connections.

In order to prevent the ravages of a confrontation in computer networks, the United States and Taiwn carry out an unprecedented joint test between these two countries.

Taiwanese officials are receiving emails and text messages from
Phishing as part of a week-long cyber war drill.

The local government is co-host of the tests with the American Institute in Taiwn, which represents American interests on the island.

This organization explained that the focus was on the threats posed by "North Korea and other actors."

But Taiwn said earlier that most of the cyber attacks he suffers come from mainland China.

"Facing such attacks is like being in a battle every day," a Taiwanese official said last month.


In 2018, China put pressure on international companies, forcing them to incorporate Taiwan as part of China in their Internet pagesIn 2018, China pressured international companies, forcing them to incorporate Taiwn as part of China in their websites

The exercises are carried out until Friday and include attempts to hack government websites tricking workers into accepting emails or malicious communications.

Several private companies also participate in the drill.

"For Taiwn, mainland China is seen as one of the main sources of cyberattacks on the island," says Veerle Nouwens of the Royal Institute of Defense and Security Services in the United Kingdom.

China sees Taiwn as an inalienable part of its territory and insists that reunification is inevitable, something it is willing to defend with force if necessary, as Pekn threatened on several occasions.


"The CEO of the Taiwn Cyber ??Security Agency acknowledged that Taiwanese government networks receive approximately 30 million attacks a month, of which half are suspected to come from China," said Nouwens.

"However, regardless of the country of origin, strengthening cybersecurity is a growing priority for any government or private sector company," added the expert.

The most significant risk

The maneuvers officially began at an event organized by Microsoft.

The interim director of the AIT, Raymond Greene, described the evidence as a "new frontier" in cyber cooperation between Washington and Taipi.