Cyber Espionage

THE MINISTER FOR Communications Richard Bruton is today opening a public consultation on a new strategy to protect individuals, businesses and Ireland’s national security from cyber attacks.  The new strategy will set out how best to ensure the resilient, safe and secure operation of computer networks and associated infrastructure used by the State, Irish citizens […]

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If the western allies can’t share information due to potential threats to their individual data systems from state-sponsored espionage, the world is in big trouble, a U.S. cybersecurity expert says. The issue of state-controlled companies stealing government or corporate information remains in the spotlight following the December arrest in Vancouver of the chief financial officer […]

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“Universities face cyber espionage threats as the future of military superiority becomes increasingly entwined with technological innovation.”—Source: EdTech Magazine Read More WHY THIS MATTERS: We all know that universities are major targets for hackers in general, but we also need to consider cyber espionage threats. This holds especially true for institutions that conduct sensitive research […]

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Washington:  Chinese hackers have targeted over two dozen universities in the US and Canada in an apparent bid to steal key maritime military research, The Wall Street Journal reported. In all 27 universities — including the University of Hawaii, the University of Washington, Penn State and Duke University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology — were […]

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Author: Sourabh Gupta, ICAS Technology has become a new battlefield in US–China relations. But it could also be an arena for immense cooperative possibility if the framework underpinning two-way technology flows is fair, equitable and reciprocal. There should be no space to secure under-handed advantages via cyber-enabled intellectual property (IP) theft. Fair competition and technology […]

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