Last week, information security company Mandiant released a report on China’s hacking and cyber spying that showed strong evidence that the Chinese Communist Party’s military—the PLA—is responsible for more than 100 attacks on US corporations, organizations, and even government agencies. The report traced a well-known group of hackers to Unit 61398 of the PLA, which is based in Shanghai.
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Mandiant and China’s Hacking Strategy
Last week, information security company Mandiant released a report on China’s hacking and cyber spying that showed strong evidence that the Chinese Communist Party’s military