China looks to unseat U.S. as leader on global internet policy
Chinese cyberspace affairs and foreign ministry officials drew a red line in the sand around China’s internet during a speech from Beijing Thursday.
U.S. charges Chinese citizens with $3 million insider-trading hacking scheme
A "hacking to trade" scheme allegedly netted millions for hackers who targeted corporate law firms involved in multibillion dollar mergers. Law firms are regular targets for hackers of all stripes.
How might China’s cyber-spies adapt to Trump’s America?
Chinese cyber-espionage efforts against American companies and government properties are predicted to increase during President-elect Donald Trump’s first year in office, according to a new analysis from global consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. But experts say it's tough to forecast exactly how the U.S.-China cybersecurity relationship will change.
U.S. moves ahead on anti-cybercrime cooperation with Chinese
The strengthened cooperation against cybercriminals and other hackers comes despite growing concerns from officials and business executives about the mercantilist impact of China's new cybersecurity law.
Chinese-authored spyware found on more than 700 million Android phones
A Chinese startup that works with leading phone manufacturers like ZTE and Huawei hid software that enabled surveillance by tracking user’s movements and communications, Kryptowire security researchers found.