Items Tagged with "China"
May 18, 2012 Added by:Scot Terban
In the present day where cyberwar is all the rage, and governments as well as private sector entities are seeking to cash in on the power grab that is mostly information warfare - as the Chinese call it - too many are forgetting a core problem to the picture: Attribution...
May 18, 2012 Added by:Gregory Hale
If an attacker wants to target a system, they will get in no matter what, what kind of damage occurs depends on how many layers of security buttress the system. Companies in specific industries could band together and share information on attacks that target their industries...
May 16, 2012
A business does not need to be located in the PRC to fall victim to espionage. This problem includes old fashioned spying outside of China, sometimes by a classic sleeper agents or by a PRC-owned or invested firm that assesses, develops, and recruits an agent inside your firm...
May 10, 2012 Added by:Headlines
"I can hardly agree with the proposition that the cyber attacks directed to the United States are directly coming from China. And during the meeting, Secretary Panetta also agreed on my point that we cannot attribute all the cyber attacks in the United States to China..."
May 09, 2012 Added by:Joel Harding
Congressman Wolf, why don’t you establish a program, for the sake of national security, inspecting equipment originating from outside the US, looking for embedded malicious code and backdoors as well as inspecting software updates for that equipment for the same?
May 03, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini
While attention is focused on Iran and its quarrel with the West, other silent battles are being fought. In the last month, there has been a surprising level of activity between China and the Philippines, with reciprocal attacks via bits and bytes. Are we witnessing a cyber conflict?
May 02, 2012 Added by:Headlines
“If this represents the official line of thinking, this means that the prospects are not good that a limited conflict in a Taiwan Straits would remain localized to that geography without escalating into an all-out war,” said Chinese cyber warfare expert Dmitri Alperovitch...
April 25, 2012 Added by:Headlines
"Every day nations and 'hacktivist' groups penetrate our public and private computer networks. The degradation of our national security and intellectual property from cyber theft threatens to weaken us where we have been historically strong: in our ingenuity and creativity..."
April 20, 2012 Added by:Don Eijndhoven
Finally the Dutch intelligence service AIVD has started warning the people about Chinese cyber espionage practices against Dutch firms. The Chinese government is actively recruiting Chinese researchers and technical experts to work for them in foreign countries...
April 16, 2012 Added by:Jeffrey Carr
Either China is the greatest and dumbest adversary we've ever had, or the real dummies are those in infosec who can't be bothered to question the obvious when doing incident response, or who choose to cater to the rising tide of Sinophobia in the U.S. in order to boost their sale...
April 09, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini
China's growing presence in cyber space will result in an increase in cyber operations against the nation. Due to the imbalance between an aggressive cyber offense its weak cyber defense capabilities, it could be the origin of significant technological problems for China...
April 03, 2012 Added by:Joel Harding
The Congressman was obviously attempting to either persuade the US China Economic and Security Commission or reassure them about Huawei. He passionately made a one-sided statement but failed to provide any evidence aside from one news report in that day’s Washington Post...
April 02, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini
Of course, the involvement of Gu Kaiyuan doesn't prove the campaigns are officially sponsored by the Chinese government, but the targets chosen leads the experts believe that the Beijing government is behind the Operation Luckycat attacks...
April 01, 2012 Added by:Joel Harding
This does not look like a US military action against China, that is certain. Whoever put the message together seems to be dumbing it down to aid in translation. It’s as if it’s intended for an American audience, but nobody in their right mind would or should do that...
March 28, 2012 Added by:Joel Harding
What are you saying, Mr. Congressman? Are you saying there are backdoors built into the equipment? Are you saying there is malicious code embedded in the software? Are you saying there is spyware hardwired into the chips?
March 27, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini
While I understand the defensive approach, I believe that such behavior could have serious repercussions on the global market. In terms of security, little will change by breaking strategic alliances. Cyber attacks will continue and will increase in frequency and efficiency...