Huawei rejects reports equipment vulnerable to hacking as it announces rise in 2013 profit
Jan 15 2014, 11:41am CST
Source: Asia One
Chinese hackers broke into the computer networks of the United States government agency that keeps the personal information of all federal employees in March, the New York Times reported, citing senior US officials.The hackers appeared to be targeting files on tens of thousands of employees who have applied for top-secret security clearances, the newspaper said.The hackers gained access to some of the databases of the Office of Personne ...
Full article at: Asia One
1 day ago, 4:18am CDT
By Jane Ho
China’s nationwide outbreak of SARS in 2003 may have caused trouble for many businesses but it jump-started...
Jan 8 2014, 9:21am CST
Source: Canadian Business Online
BEIJING, China – U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says the United States and China have had a frank exchange on the issue of cyberhacking during this week’s “Strategic and Economic Dialogue” in Beijing.
Kerry says the loss of intellectual property through hacking has had a “chilling effect on innovation and investment.” He says such activity is hurting U.S. companies.
Kerry made no mention of a New York ...
Full article at: Canadian Business Online
1 day ago, 2:37am CDT
Source: Business Journal of Portland
Solar panel manufacturer SolarWorld on Tuesday asked the U.S. government to investigate the trade implications of alleged cyber-spying by the Chinese military.
The German company — which employs about 700 in the U.S., mostly at its Hillsboro-based North American headquarters and manufacturing center — said the spying happened while it was litigating a trade complaint against alleged price fixing by China's nationalized solar indus ...
Full article at: Business Journal of Portland
Jul 1 2014, 11:53am CDT
FireEye buys Mandiant, technology firm that linked cyberattacks to Chinese military unit
NEW YORK (AP) —...
Jan 2 2014, 5:41pm CST
The United States wants to restart a cyber security working group that China shut down after the US indicted five Chinese military officers on charges of hacking into American companies’ computers to steal trade secrets.
US Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Russel said that United States is ready to resume those discussions, which he described as “useful and important,” if China is. Russel said officials woul ...
Full article at: BGR.in
Jun 30 2014, 1:04am CDT
Source: Spice Zee
Army Chief General Bikram Singh will be in China on a rare visit on Wednesday during which he will hold talks with top brass of the Chinese military, forei ...
Full article at: Spice Zee
Jun 29 2014, 1:38pm CDT
The numbers of flashy cars with military license plates have the authorities in China all riled up. They are taking the appropriate anti-corruption measures to counter this ostentatious display of conspicuous consumption. The communist government does not want to ruin its image of a classless society and so banned the use of military license plates.
Apr 29 2013, 5:54am CDT