The National Counterintelligence and Security Center began sending out detailed advisories, in brochure and video forms, to companies around the country to show them how to guard against cyber-incursions. The blitz follows hotel chain Marriott’s disclosure last week that hackers stole more than five million passport numbers of guests at its properties. It was the…

NSFOCUS released its H1 Cybersecurity Insights report, which analyzed traffic from January 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018. Crypto miners Since the end of March, the number of crypto mining activities has risen sharply compared to the beginning of 2018. Among all crypto miners, WannaMine was the most active, responsible for more than 70 percent…

Apple has removed software allowing internet users to skirt China’s “Great Firewall” from its app store in the country, the company confirmed Sunday, sparking criticism that it was bowing to Beijing’s tightening web censorship. Chinese internet users have for years sought to get around heavy internet restrictions, including blocks on Facebook and Twitter, by using…

Those who have followed China’s technology acquisition over the last 30-plus years will recognize the latest pilfering of high-tech trade secrets as par for the course. It all started with Project 863, which was the methodical acquisition of western technology. The most recent incident, in support of China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (CMIIT),…

 Guangdong Provincial Party Secretary Hu Chunhua Meets with Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins to Sign CDA MoU

Guangzhou, November 9, 2016 — Mr. Hu Chunhua, Member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and Guangdong Provincial Party Secretary, met with Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins in the afternoon of November 9th. After the meeting, Guangdong Governor Zhu Xiaodan witnessed the signing of the framework agreement between the provincial government and Cisco….

The most disturbing thing for foreign businesses facing China’s new cybersecurity law may just be how vague and broad it is. Under the new law, adopted on Monday and taking effect next June, it’s possible that any major company working in the country might be subject to “security reviews” from the Chinese government.