DHS warns US businesses of China’s data-collection practices
The advisory is an acknowledgement that China’s alleged theft of intellectual property is still a rampant problem for U.S. officials.
Anthem to pay $39.5 million to states in latest settlement over 2015 hack
The company previously agreed to pay $115 million in connection with the incident.
Trump administration wants private sector to do more to counter foreign intelligence efforts
It's the first counterintelligence strategy of the Trump administration.
Justice Department faces different threat profile because of its investigative work, CISO says
The Justice Department faces a different combination of hacking threats from criminals and foreign governments than other federal organizations, Nickolous Ward said.
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.
LinkedIn is becoming China's go-to platform for recruiting foreign spies
Social media recruitment is only one method Chinese spies use to collect information about U.S. national security and corporate secrets.