The Washington Post, Ellen Nakashima
In a first, federal agents lured a Chinese government spy to Belgium, where authorities transferred him this week to the United States for prosecution on economic espionage charges, U.S. officials said Wednesday.
The Seattle Times, Tony Capaccio
The Pentagon hasn’t made cybersecurity for its multibillion-dollar
weapons systems a major focus until recently despite years of warnings,
according to Congress’ watchdog agency.
Navada Public Radio, Bill Chappell
Passwords that took seconds to guess, or were never changed from their
factory settings. Cyber vulnerabilities that were known, but never
fixed. Those are two common problems plaguing some of the Department of
Defense's newest weapons systems, according to the Government
Nikkei Asian Review, Cheng Ting-Fang, Lauly Li, Toyoki Nakanishi
TAIPEI/PALO ALTO, U.S. -- The data center industry was on high alert on
Friday over vulnerabilities in a supply chain spanning the Pacific Ocean
after allegations that Chinese spies had placed malicious microchips
in equipment used by about 30 companies and U.S. government agencies.