Amazon.com subsidiary Amazon Web Services (AWS), the global leader in on-demand cloud computing platforms, unearthed a security breach that involved Chinese intelligence sneaking spy chips onto servers used by US companies, according to a Bloomberg report. AWS is also one of the top contenders for the US$10 billion cloud-computing contract with the US Department of Defence. Photo: Reuters Amazon.com subsidiary Amazon Web Services (AWS), the global leader in on-demand cloud computing platforms, unearthed a security breach that involved Chinese intelligence sneaking spy chips onto servers used by US companies, according to a Bloomberg report. AWS is also one of the top contenders for the US$10 billion cloud-computing contract with the US Department of Defence. Photo: Reuters
Amazon.com subsidiary Amazon Web Services (AWS), the global leader in on-demand cloud computing platforms, unearthed a security breach that involved Chinese intelligence sneaking spy chips onto servers used by US companies, according to a Bloomberg report. AWS is also one of the top contenders for the US$10 billion cloud-computing contract with the US Department of Defence. Photo: Reuters
Cybersecurity

China spy chips report adds pressure on Pentagon cloud security

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Amazon.com subsidiary Amazon Web Services (AWS), the global leader in on-demand cloud computing platforms, unearthed a security breach that involved Chinese intelligence sneaking spy chips onto servers used by US companies, according to a Bloomberg report. AWS is also one of the top contenders for the US$10 billion cloud-computing contract with the US Department of Defence. Photo: Reuters Amazon.com subsidiary Amazon Web Services (AWS), the global leader in on-demand cloud computing platforms, unearthed a security breach that involved Chinese intelligence sneaking spy chips onto servers used by US companies, according to a Bloomberg report. AWS is also one of the top contenders for the US$10 billion cloud-computing contract with the US Department of Defence. Photo: Reuters
Amazon.com subsidiary Amazon Web Services (AWS), the global leader in on-demand cloud computing platforms, unearthed a security breach that involved Chinese intelligence sneaking spy chips onto servers used by US companies, according to a Bloomberg report. AWS is also one of the top contenders for the US$10 billion cloud-computing contract with the US Department of Defence. Photo: Reuters
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