New York company charged with selling vulnerable Chinese-made equipment to U.S. military
The U.S. Air Force, Navy, and the Department of Energy were among Aventura’s clients.
A Chinese hacking group breached a telecom to monitor targets' texts, phone metadata
The timing of the attack coincides roughly with the pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong.
BlackBerry Cylance: More and more APT groups are relying on mobile malware to track dissidents
What has been used to track political dissidents inside certain countries is now being used on targets abroad, according to Cylance.
FCC chair pitches rules to block Huawei, ZTE
The Trump administration is working to bar U.S. communications companies from using federal subsidies to buy Huawei and ZTE equipment and services.
Justice official: U.S. private and public sectors face the same Chinese spying tactics
Intelligence agencies, companies and research institutes in China are coordinating deeply in scoping targets to pinpoint the data they want, says Assistant Attorney General John Demers.
‘It’s going to be painful’: Pentagon official urges contractors to improve cybersecurity
A politician-turned-defense official is trying to shake up the acquisition bureaucracy.