Yesterday I put up a story about how the Pentagon accused the Chinese government of cyberattack, claiming direct attribution along the way. Here’s the report, if you’re interested. Here’s a NY Times article by David Sanger with further coverage.
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Hat tip to Jeffrey Carr (@jeffreycarr) for bringing this to my attention. Via the Senate Judiciary Committee’s website, there will be a hearing on hackback at 9AM tomorrow titled “Cyber Threats: Law Enforcement and Private Sector Responses.” Panel I The Honorable Jenny Durkan United States Attorney Western District of Washington Seattle, WA Joseph Demarest, Jr. Assistant […]
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Via CTV News, here’s an interesting AP report by Lolita C. Baldor on how DoD has explicitly called out the Chinese government for its cyberattacks. Baldor writes: The Pentagon report, released Monday, said that, “In 2012, numerous computer systems around the world, including those owned by the U.S. government, continued to be targeted for intrusions, […]
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Cyber Roundup: Dutch pursue hackback law, don’t underestimate cyber spies, France on the cyberoffensive, and more . . .
Here’s a quick survey of recent cyber news . . . *** I’ve got to give top billing to this wonderful Foreign Affairs article by Richard Bejtlich. I’m sure you know, but Richard Bejtlich works for Mandiant, the same company which released this bombshell report on Chinese cyberespionage and PLA Unit 61398. I was a […]
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