Foreign spies from China, Russia, and Iran are conducting aggressive cyber operations to steal valuable U.S. technology and economic secrets, according to a U.S. counterintelligence report.
Foreign adversaries have stepped up the use of information warfare to control populations since 2011 and the operations are one of the new threats in the digital age, according to the director of the National Security Agency.
China is waging war against the United States through a far-reaching foreign influence operations campaign that has raised concerns of spying and technology theft, according to regional experts.
The Defense Departments warns in a new organizational document that the United States cannot win the global battle over cyber security due the overwhelming complexity of the issue and the rapidly changing landscape in cyberspace, according to the document.
President Trump has directed the Commerce Department to look into easing U.S. economic sanctions against China’s major telecommunication company linked to illicit trade with rogue states.
The independent “cyber-security expert” who MSNBC host Joy Reid tapped to investigate her claims of her old blog being hacked previously gave a tip to the FBI that wound up being a waste of time, according to a new report.
Google search, the premier internet technology tool used for up to three billion online queries a day, is under constant attack by malicious actors seeking to manipulate its results, a company official says.
China’s government this week intensified a months-long disinformation campaign aimed at silencing exiled Chinese tycoon Guo Wengui.