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Updated 11:29 AM EDT, Tue, Jun 16, 2020

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Cyber Security

The Chinese national flag is seen on a flagpole in Beijing on August 8, 2016.

China Beefs Up Cyber Security to Prevent Online Fraud and Information Leaks

China has introduced new cyber security laws in a bid to tighten its grip on the Internet and improve cyber security after several incidents of online fraud and leakage of private information on the Internet.

A Chinese billionaire gives away 300 million yuan to support China's cyber security training

Chinese Billionaire Donates 300 Million Yuan to Support Cyber Security Training

Philanthropist and chairman of Chow Tai Fook Enterprises Ltd. Henry Cheng on Tuesday donated 300 million yuan (US $45.6 million) to China Internet Development Foundation (CIDF) to back cyber security training.

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Report: Cyber Crimes in China Soar by More Than 500%

Cyber security breaches in China have skyrocketed more than 500% in the past year, according to the recently released PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Global State of Information Security Survey 2016.

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President Obama Puts China on Notice Over Recent Cyber Attacks Against the U.S.

President Barack Obama revealed on Wednesday that his government is making plans to punish those responsible for the recent cyber attacks against the United States. Many Americans suspect that China is behind the attacks and this may cause tension when Chinese leader Xi Jinping meets with Obama in Washington at the end of this month.

A secret hacker group claims that they are making headways in their spying activities against ISIS.

Chinese Hackers Slowly Seeking To Reverse Their Bad Image; Low Salary Said To Led Them Do Bad

China's hackers are now getting recognition and respectability for their skills but they still evoke a bad image.

U.S. Requests China To Investigate Cyber Attack Targeting U.S. Websites

U.S. has requested Beijing to investigate reports that China interfered with the content in the Internet hosted outside the country and used it to attack U.S. websites, the State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke said on Friday.

China Calls For Cyberspace Sovereignty

China Aims To Tighten Cybersecurity Laws; America Could Be Spying Overseas Targets!

Chinese government recently conclude the second reading of its national security law that includes measures to tighten Cybersecurity after a report that revealed America could by spying on them

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Washington Raises Concern over Tight Planned Chinese Cyber Rules

Washington has conveyed to Beijing its concern that China's planned cybersecurity regulations would be a major hindrance to trade between the two nations.

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Blackphone Launches Privacy Focused Apps Store

Blackphone has announced they will create a new privacy focused apps store, with a more intense vetting process.

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China Warns Apple to Focus on Security and Privacy

China's Internet regulator Lu Wei has been visiting various U.S. companies this week. In a meeting with Apple's CEO Tim Cook, he warned the company head to maintain focus on security.

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Obama Speaks Candidly About China, Cyber Security

Speaking frankly about China Wednesday, President Obama said China had a very strong interest in good U.S. relations, but was wary of how quickly Chinese President Xi Jinping had consolidated his power.

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FBI Warns U.S. Companies Of Destructive Malware Attack

The FBI has sent a warning out to U.S. companies, in the wake of a destructive attack against Sony Pictures.

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Sophisticated REGIN Spying Malware Instigated By U.S.?

Cyber-security firm Symantec Corp. has discovered a sophisticated malware called "Regin" that acts as a stealth data collection and surveillance tool, likely to have been developed by a technologically-advanced "nation state."

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Microsoft Acquires Cyber Security Startup Aorato

Microsoft has acquired Israeli cyber security startup Aorato, for an undisclosed price reportedly around $200 million.

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Chinese Hackers Attack U.S. Weather Network, Congressman Accuses NOAA of Cover-Up

U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf, (R-Va.) has accused the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of misleading the American public. "They had an obligation to tell the truth," he said. "They covered it up."

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