(TSLN) – Japan’s new cybersecurity minister has given a confession that the people of his country are puzzled. The country’s cybersecurity minister said that he never used computers in his life.
Yoshitaka Sakurada, the cybersecurity minister of Japan, gave the confession in a parliamentary committee in the country, on Thursday, BBC Online reported.
The minister said, “Since the age of 25, I have been working with my staff and secretaries. I have never used computers in my life. ‘ Yoshitaka, 68, became the first cyber-security minister of Japan last month.
One of the key responsibilities of watching the preparation of cybersecurity in the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2020. Confessions of Japan’s opposition party Democratic Party politician Masato Imai have come from the country’s cyber-security minister not to use computers in life.
The parliamentary committee was surprised at the minister’s confession. Democrat Party’s Masato I said incredible matter. One person is in charge of cybersecurity, but he has never used a computer in life.
The minister’s claim that he never used a computer in his life, it is correct. But his ministry officials have the necessary experience.
He is confident that there will be no problem in this. There is a lot of criticism and criticism of social media about the confessions of the cyber-security minister.