Security concerns arising in the Semiki system following an attack against Zainou assets in said system naturally requires investigation by Zainou-affiliated personnel. To that end, in addition to and in complement to the Ishukone Watch investigation into the attack, and seeking to liaise directly with both Zainou and Watch personnel, IKAME has completed its initial deployment to the system.
This deployment consists of signals intelligence staff, cybernetics and cybersecurity research personnel, and a suitable security contingent. Out of an abundance of caution, the IKAME deployment also includes biohazard detection equipment, suitable culturing material, and indeed a range of pharmaceuticals for an array of possible exposures, down to the worst case of Kyonoke exposure.
It goes without saying that IKAME’s position is a challenging one. Zainou naturally owes much to its parent megacorporation, Ishukone. However, it also owes a great deal to stakeholders at Modern Finances and at the State and Region Bank. What’s more, as a founding partner of the loose multinational coalition that is the Arataka Research Consortium, IKAME is dedicated to transparency and multilateral action whereever possible.
IKAME solicits engagement with those parties with materially useful skills or information at this time. To facilitate this, a liaison platform is currently being deployed in the Semiki system.
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