DOJ Confronts Chinese Infiltration With String of Spy Arrests

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Uptick in prosecutions shows focus on tackling China’s IP theft Stealing innovations from the United States is a key part of the Chinese regime’s bid to become a global competitor in high tech. The campaign to steal information is aggressive; Chinese spies now make up about 90 percent of perpetrators in U.S. espionage cases, according to the Washington-based think tank Center for … Read More

Texas Man Convicted of Stealing US Marine Tech to Benefit Beijing Regime

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A federal jury in Washington has convicted a Texas man of conspiracy to commit theft of trade secrets in order to transfer dual-use marine technology to the Chinese regime and its state-owned companies. Shi Shan, 54, a naturalized U.S. citizen living in Texas, was convicted following a nine-day trial, according to a July 29 press release from the U.S. Department of Justice. He was acquitted of … Read More

BlackOps Partners Announces INVICTUS Wargame Group

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WASHINGTON DC – 01-15-2019 “Business Is Now War” As Leaders Face Unprecedented Risk BlackOps Partners Corporation has established the INVICTUS Wargame Group to address the top threat facing business leaders: nation-state supported competition, hybrid adversarial strategies, and the rampant theft of intellectual property. Global competition has changed dramatically causing leadership teams to now face unrecognized threats posed by adversarial nation-states … Read More

Chinese Infiltration in US Reaches ‘Extreme’ Levels, Says Security Expert

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Tens of thousands of foreign operatives have already infiltrated the United States to “extreme” levels, an intelligence and cybersecurity think tank has warned. BlackOps Partners, which enhances intelligence and protective cyber, organizational, and legal practices around the world, estimates there could be at least 50,000 Chinese spies operating in the United States, with significantly more in the education sector. “There … Read More