In a recent article in the July 24, 2021, edition of The Economist, titled, “Chinese cyber-attacks—Ctrl-alt-denounce—After failing to dissuade cyber-attacks, America looks to its friends for help,” you will find the following quote,
“For all the attention devoted to the Taiwan Strait and trade tariffs, cyber-espionage may be the most active mode of conflict between China and America—and America’s allies—for years to come.”
The article also draws attention to the recent publication of the following Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS) report: “Survey of Chinese Espionage in the United States Since 2000.”
It is a sobering reminder of China’s persistence to gain U.S. trade secrets by all conceivable legal and illegal means.
A review of this survey is recommended.
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