British lawmakers have blasted the government for risking national security by failing to monitor the widespread use of Chinese equipment in Britain's phone and broadband networks.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and American counterpart Barack Obama will talk cyber-security on Friday in California, but experts say the state’s Silicon Valley and its signature high-tech firms...
Talk that cyberattacks could bring nations to their knees seemed far-fetched until Wednesday, when major banks and broadcasters in South Korea were paralysed by co-ordinated viruses. ATM machines...
The United States was the origin of more than half the successful cyberattacks on the mainland in the first two of months of this year, a central government internet security agency says.
The US internet security firm Mandiant claimed cyberattacks against US websites were traced to a building in Shanghai owned by the Chinese army.
#DigitalChina: China No 1 in netizens - and cyberattacks -- South China Morning Post
China will probably retain its position as the world's biggest source of cyberattacks for quite a while, given the large number of internet users in the country.
Almost 90 per cent of smartphone users are unaware of the need to install antivirus applications on their phones, computer experts have warned.