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Huawei’s 5G Gambit: Sharing Tech Won’t Fix Security

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei made a dramatic offer to let all comers license and modify his 5G technology. Making it secure would be a Herculean task.

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Competition (With China) IS The New Deterrence, US Military Leaders Say

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


Vice Adm. David Kriete, deputy STRATCOM commander: “Strategic deterrence is active deterrence; it’s very dynamic.”

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Hacker Heaven: Huawei’s Hidden Back Doors Found

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


How do you find hundreds of vulnerabilities hidden in millions of lines of firmware code?

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Trump Vs. Huawei: The World Is Watching

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


How the US implements the new Executive Order will have a big impact on whether allies join the American push against Chinese tech.

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Pence: 5G Plan Will Spur Space Innovation

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


“President Trump has made it clear that the race to 5G is a race America will win,” Pence said.

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China’s Theft & Espionage: What Must Be Done

Posted by Nicholas Eftimiades on


Screening Chinese students and academics isn’t the solution when less than one percent of them are bad actors. So what will work?

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The Middle Kingdom Is Dead; Long Live A Global China

Posted by Dickson Yeo on


It’s one of the fundamental questions about China and its future place in the world: does the great civilization still view the world through the traditional lens of the Middle Kingdom, or does the world face a new China, unbound by many of the structures under which it has operated for most of the last… Keep reading →

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‘No Classified F-35 Info’ Stolen: Defense Contractor Hacked In Australia

Posted by Colin Clark on


WASHINGTON: An unnamed contractor in Australia was hacked by an unattributed hacker who stole what the BBC says was “sensitive” information about the F-35 and other Antipodean weapon systems. “It could be one of a number of different actors,” Christopher Pyne, the minister for defense industry, told the Australian Broadcasting Corp. on Thursday. “It could be… Keep reading →

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US Not Sure What Was Taken In OPM Hack: DNI Clapper

Posted by Colin Clark on


WASHINGTON: Hacks are hard to do damage assessments on. Just ask Director of National Intelligence Jim Clapper about the Chinese theft of data from the Office of Personnel Management. “We don’t actually know what was actually exfiltrated,” Clapper told several hundred people at Georgetown University’s Healy Hall today. Why don’t we really know if 5.6 million fingerprints — or… Keep reading →

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Summits Over Substance: Obama Yields To Chinese President Xi

Posted by Dean Cheng on


  As Washington gears up for the visit of Chinese leader Xi Jinping, right on the heels of the Pontiff, there is a growing urgency for the United States to make clear to Beijing that its behavior is leading to increased tension at both the bilateral and regional level. But, there appears little appetite for… Keep reading →

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