China sponsoring cyber efforts to steal IP, GCSB says

Paul McBeth
Thu, 20 Dec 2018

By Paul McBeth Dec. 21 (BusinessDesk) - The Government Communications Security Bureau says Chinese authorities have been linked to a global hacking campaign to steal commercial intellectual property that reached into New Zealand.  The unusual naming and shaming of the state-sponsored attack is part of a wider effort by the intelligence agency to ratchet up pressure on nations to protect New Zealand's national interest. It coincided with US and UK authorities accusing two Chinese nationals of large-scale hacking that stole personal and pro...

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