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The scuttlebutt on these topics has been circulating behind closed doors for some time. There is a bit of rage against the Chinese and many in senior cyber circles are very pleased that pressure is being brought to bear.
A minor deluge of reports on Chinese espionage, Chinese penetration of Western higher educational institutions, and the exclusion of Chinese products from critical infrastructure. The claims of hardware manipulation in Supermicro motherboards are being disputed now.
China’s intelligence service has used espionage and computer hackings to steal secrets from American companies to help its own government-run industries, law enforcement officials said.
The United States has charged ten Chinese citizens, including two intelligence officers, for hacking company computers to steal jet engine technology from American and European aerospace companies.The US Department of Justice said that the Chinese Ministry of State Security, through its unit in Jian
We had it before the New York Times did.
A series of high-profile cases involving alleged Chinese recruits shows how the country identifies and develops potential spies stateside.
Dozens of scientists and engineers linked to China’s People’s Liberation Army obscured their military connections when applying to study overseas.
A growing number of Chinese military scientists are using their research collaborations with Western universities to take their host country’s expertise back home to improve China’s own technology, a new Australian report claimed Tuesday.
The Chinese government is secretly enrolling the country’s prize military scientists in Western universities to gain expertise in such areas as “hypersonic missiles and navigation technology,” according to a new report.
A new report from Australia says the West is taking risks by collaborating with researchers tied to the Chinese military.
The Chinese military’s collaboration with foreign universities.
The Canadian Security Intelligence Service said it routinely meets with universities to warn them of risks
Le Figaro reported on Oct. 23 that Chinese agents had targeted some 4,000 high-value French experts.
Bloomberg’s report that China infiltrated a major US tech supply chain may or may not be accurate, but it is a vital wake-up call.
The head of an Australian intelligence agency has addressed the decision to exclude Chinese telecoms firms from the country’s 5G rollout.
Australia must restrict foreign firms with government ties from its 5G mobile communications network because it is critical infrastructure, the head of one of the country’s intelligence agencies said, helping to explain why China’s Huawei was banned.