Articles On: Chinese Hacking, Equipment, Cyberattack, Microsoft, Cross-Border Data, and Japan’s Technology Companies

Sunday, July 25, 2021

THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY SEEKS TO CONTROL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AS A MEANS TO SHAPE AND CENSOR THE COMMUNICATIONS AND OPINIONS OF ITS OWN PEOPLE, AS WELL AS THE COMMUNICATIONS OF INDIVIDUALS BEYOND CHINA'S BORDERS.

 

FAST THINKING: A turning point on Chinese hacking
via Atlantic Council on July 19, 2021


Huawei equipment quality still insufficient says UK
by Nic Fildes
via Financial Times on July 20, 2021


China Compromised U.S. Pipelines in Decade-Old Cyberattack, U.S. Says
by Dustin Volz
via Wall Street Journal on July 20, 2021


US indicts four members of Chinese hacking group APT40
by Catalin Cimpanu
via The Record on July 19, 2021


UK says it and allies blame Chinese-backed actors for Microsoft hacking
by William James and Michael Holden
via Reuters on July 19, 2021


U.S. and key allies accuse China of Microsoft Exchange cyberattacks
by Ina Fried
via Axios on July 19, 2021


National Power After AI
by Matthew Daniels and Ben Chang
via Center for Security and Emerging Technology on July 2021


How Barriers to Cross-Border Data Flows Are Spreading Globally, What They Cost, and How to Address Them
by Nigel Cory and Luke Dascoli
via Information Technology & Innovation Foundation on July 19, 2021


Constant but Camouflaged, Flurry of Cyberattacks Offer Glimpse of New Era
by Max Fisher
via New York Times on July 20, 2021


ALL SEEING EYE Fears UK state secrets could be stolen by China using hacked CCTV as Whitehall ‘spy’ cameras are owned by Beijing
by Imogen Braddick
via The Sun on July 21, 2021


Japan’s technology companies are defenceless, warns top official
by Robin Harding and Kana Inagaki
via Financial Times on July 15, 2021