Cyber Defense in a Surprisingly Warm "Cold War"

John M. Doyle

For several months now, newspapers and Internet news sites have carried similar versions of the same headline: Is a new Cold War growing in cyberspace between the United States and China? It certainly appears so, judging by the recurring reports of U.S. businesses, banks, news organizations and government contractors having their computer security breached by hackers that have been traced, almost routinely, to China. The Defense Department's annual report to Congress on Chinese military a...
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