Countering the cyber espionage threat from China and Russia
From NPR and KPLU Radio:
It’s official: China and Russia are the two biggest sources of cyber espionage attacks against the United States.
The Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive singled out those two nations in a recent report to Congress (coincidentally, it’s been difficult to reach the counterintelligence website since the report came out and those links may not work).
Our technology commentator, Strategic News Service publisher Mark Anderson, has been warning about this threat for several years. Although the news is no surprise, Mark thinks the official acknowledgement will encourage governments and corporations to more closely guard their secrets.