South Korea and Malaysia meet on cyber security within the framework of ADMM+
ADMM+ is a defense dialogue platform consisting of 10 ASEAN member states and other key partners in the region, including the US, China and Japan.
Fighting terrorism and other issues.
Delegates to the meeting are expected to discuss the general response to cybersecurity threats and study plans for cybersecurity training in member countries, which are scheduled to be implemented in October.
South Korea’s Defense Ministry announced on July 5 that it and Malaysia held an online session, as part of a regional defense forum attended by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), to discuss cybersecurity cooperation.
The working group on cybersecurity within the framework of the Asean Defence Ministers’ Meeting (ADMM+) opened the two-day session, as South Korea is promoting increased cooperation with ASEAN in many areas, including security.
South Korea and Malaysia co-chair the three-year working group, which ends in 2024.
The participants are expected to discuss the general response to cybersecurity threats and study the cybersecurity training plan in member states scheduled to be implemented in October.