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For now, many conversations about global 'cyber norms' start with Beijing

by Chris Bing • 1 day ago

China's government is taking steps to become an international leader in discussions concerning "cyber norms," a formal but still vague understanding about the appropriate behavior between states regarding offensive cyber-operations.

Leaked Hacking Team tools were used by group stealing East Asian IP

by Chris Bing • 4 days ago

A sophisticated and "well-funded" hacking group with a penchant for stealing intellectual property and other trade secrets is wreaking havoc in East Asia.

How China's cyber command is being built to supersede its U.S. military counterpart

by Chris Bing • 6 days ago

“There’s really nothing like it in America. And that's for a good reason."

Russia poses largest cybersecurity risk to U.S., Rep. Ruppersberger says

by Cassie Stephenson • 2 weeks ago

Although all of America's adversaries present serious cyberthreats, Russia's hackers are the most dangerous right now, says the Maryland congressman whose district houses the National Security Agency.

Experts warn Congress of the return of Chinese IP theft

by Chris Bing • 2 weeks ago

Hackers working for the Chinese government appear to be once again conducting economic espionage against U.S. companies.

Former DoD official: U.S. 'more and more vulnerable' to cyberattacks

by Shaun Waterman • 3 weeks ago

Vital U.S. industries like banking and telecommunications are more vulnerable than ever to cyberattacks, and the military systems that ought to deter such incursions are themselves susceptible to hackers, said former Pentagon cybersecurity policy chief Jim Miller.

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