A Chinese telecommunications company linked to the People’s Liberation Army provided U.S.-origin equipment to Cuba in apparent violation of U.S. economic sanctions on the communist-ruled island.
(Reuters) – Hackers associated with the Chinese government have repeatedly infiltrated the computer systems of U.S. airlines, technology companies and other contractors involved in the movement of U.S. troops and military equipment, a U.S. Senate panel has found.
The FBI is investigating whether Russia is tied to the JPMorgan hacking that took place in mid-August, Bloomberg reports.
Chinese hackers stole personal data including addresses and social security numbers for 4.5 million patients in a United States hospital network, according to The Hill.
Army Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, last week called the threat of cyberattacks against U.S. infrastructure a major strategic vulnerability.
ASPEN, Colo.—Al Qaeda, nation states, and criminals are preparing for major cyber attacks against U.S. infrastructure that could be comparable to the devastating September 11 attacks on New York and Washington, a senior Justice Department official said on Thursday.
The Chinese Internet giant seeking a U.S. initial stock offering as early as next month has troubling links to investors affiliated with the Chinese and Russian governments, according to reports.
Chinese cyberspies hacked Middle East experts at U.S. think tanks in recent weeks, the Washington Post reports.
The Chinese military revealed this week that it has set up a high-level cyberspace intelligence center amid growing concerns around the world over Beijing’s aggressive cyber espionage.
Disclosure of the new military cyber spying center followed unprecedented U.S. charges in May against five Chinese military hackers who prosecutors say engaged in widespread theft of American corporate and trade secrets through cyber espionage.