DES signs Thai-Chinese MOU on cybersecurity

DES signs Thai-Chinese MOU on cybersecurity

Thailand's cyber security agency has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on cybersecurity with its Chinese counterpart to enhance cyber security collaboration.

The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (DES), led by Minister Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, hosted the signing of MOU on cybersecurity between the National Cyber Security Agency (NCSA) and the National Cyberspace Administration of the People’s Republic of China (CAC), led by CAC director Zhuang Rongwen.

The signing ceremony was held on July 5 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bangkok.

The purpose of the MOU is to develop cooperation in the field of cybersecurity between the the NCSA and CAC through exchanges of information, skills and experiences. This in turn will support technological innovation, economic growth and social development.

In promoting cooperation in cyber affairs it will help achieve peace and stability in cyber dimensions, reduce the risk of cybercrimes and increase opportunities for economic growth and prosperity through digital commerce.

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