China-based Hackers Breached Government and Individual Email Accounts, Microsoft Says
By Zen Soo
Microsoft said a group, dubbed Storm-0558, gained access to email accounts linked to 25 organizations, including Western European government agencies.
Chinese Hackers Reportedly Target India’s Power Grid
By David Rising
A U.S.-based private cybersecurity company says Chinese hackers targeted seven Indian electrical dispatch and grid control centers near a disputed border.
News Corp Says It Was Hacked; Believed to Be Linked to China
By Eric Tucker and Frank Bajak
Chinese intelligence-gathering is believed to be behind a hack of News Corp, which publishes The Wall Street Journal, among others.
China-Based Hackers Targeting South Korea Over THAAD: Report
By Ankit Panda
China's retaliation against South Korea for the deployment of THAAD continues.
Just How Wide-Reaching Are China's Economic Espionage Efforts?
By Robert Farley
Chinese economic espionage was never limited to just the United States or just one industry.
Tinker, Tailor, Hacker, Spy: Why Is China Hacking Norway?
By Benjamin David Baker
Chinese cyber spies have taken an interest in Norway. What gives?
On the OPM Hack, Don’t Let China Off the Hook
By Matthew F. Ferraro
By portraying the attack as acceptable, the United States is surrendering valuable ground.
What Are the Limits of Legitimate Economic Espionage?
By Robert Farley
Global norms protecting foreign intellectual property are a recent development and aren't widely accepted.
The US and China's Common Interest: Cyber Spying
By Shannon Tiezzi
U.S. and China have very similar ideas on cyberspace — anything goes.
Are US and Chinese Cyber Intrusions So Different?
Both the U.S. and China have been linked to cyber snooping. How different are their activities?