Engineer took U.S. locomotive manufacturer’s source code to China, prosecutors say
The indictment is only the latest accusation U.S. officials have made involving Chinese access to American secrets.
Chinese spies have been sucking up call records at multinational telecoms, researchers say
The hacking campaign has breached about 10 cellular providers in Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, according to Cybereason.
U.S. ramping up offensive cyber measures to stop economic attacks, Bolton says
It's the first time a White House official has publicly acknowledged that defense authorizations approved last year go beyond election security measures.
House's defense bill looks to protect Pentagon's tech supply chain
Chairman Adam Smith’s mark of the National Defense Authorization Act seeks to prevent the DOD from acquiring foreign telecommunications and video surveillance equipment from companies that could pose security risks.
Chinese database exposes 42.5 million records compiled from multiple dating apps
Most of the data was about American users.
Chinese-linked APT10 has been active in the Philippines, researchers say
In recent years the group has compromised organizations in the U.S., Europe, and Japan.