Chinese-made drones are susceptible to cyber espionage, according to U.S. officials — and the government seems to be preparing to crack down on the threat.
The U.S. administration has charged two Chinese nationals with stealing sensitive business secrets from several American and international companies. The accused are linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Huawei recently launched two new AI chips that will primarily be used in IoT devices and data centers. This will put the Chinese firm in direct competition with U.S. chip developers like Intel, Qualcomm, and Nvidia. However, given that the…
China has been increasing its espionage activities against U.S. companies and security establishments with an intention to destroy American values and influence. And though President Trump initiated import tariffs on Chinese products in a bid to force Beijing to stop…
The U.S. is formulating a series of economic sanctions for use against Chinese companies and individuals who’ve profited from the Chinese Communist Party’s cyber-theft of valuable U.S. trade secrets.
Around 4 million current or former federal employees have had their personal data potentially compromised by a huge hack, says the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which handles human resources for the federal government.
A politically motivated Russian hacking group called APT28 has used unpatched exploits in Flash Player and Windows in a series of assaults.
I’m not too sure whether the U.S. should be pointing fingers at anyone over malicious cyber activities.