‘National Security Threat’ As Chinese Hackers Are ‘Allowed’ To Target U.S. Businesses

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On Friday, an investigation by NPR and Frontline claimed that the White House estimates “technology theft and other unfair business practices originating from China are costing the American economy more than $57 billion a year.” Last year, a U.S. Department of Justice report to the Senate Intelligence Committee claimed that “from 2011-2018, more than 90% of cases alleging economic espionage by or to benefit a state involve China, … Read More

Nine in ten security professionals rate cybersecurity as a larger threat than border security

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PRNewswire: Lastline, a provider of AI-powered network security, announced the results of a survey completed at the 2019 RSA Conference that illustrates the extremely low level of trust that security professionals have in our collective security systems. In a nearly unanimous response, 92 percent of respondents feel that cybersecurity is a bigger threat to the U.S. as compared to border security. And yet government, … Read More

China Has a Database on Americans, Built From Stolen Data

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Commentary Recent comments from Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah) support what The Epoch Times reported more than three years ago, in the article “You’re on File: Exclusive Inside Story on China’s Database of Americans,” published Feb. 26, 2016: The Chinese regime has built a database on Americans, and it is using that database for espionage. Included in this database are the … Read More

China Using OPM Records for Espionage

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23 million records stolen in OPM hack exploited for intelligence gathering. China is mining intelligence from an estimated 23 million records of American federal workers, including intelligence and security personnel, stolen in cyberattacks against the Office of Personnel Management, according to a member of Congress. Rep. Chris Stewart (R., Utah) said the Chinese are easily gaining information from the stolen … Read More

Cyber Warfare In The Grey Zone: Wake Up, Washington

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WASHINGTON: The entire US government — not just the Pentagon — needs to wake up to the intertwined threats of cyber warfare and political subversion, Army and National Security Agency officials say. It’ll take a major cultural change to get the whole of government to compete effectively in the grey zone between peace and war. “It’s a mindset thing,” NSA operations director Jon Darby told … Read More