The US was the only country in the top tier of the report’s ranking, denoting it had ‘world-leading strengths’ in all the metrics. Photo: Shutterstock The US was the only country in the top tier of the report’s ranking, denoting it had ‘world-leading strengths’ in all the metrics. Photo: Shutterstock
The US was the only country in the top tier of the report’s ranking, denoting it had ‘world-leading strengths’ in all the metrics. Photo: Shutterstock

US remains the world’s dominant power in cyberspace but China is catching up, report says

  • The IISS report assessed 15 countries’ core intelligence powers, leadership in global cyberspace affairs, security and resilience as well as offensive capabilities
  • US has been building dominance in cyberspace since the 1990s, and its power has been amplified by intelligence-sharing networks such as the Five Eyes alliance

Topic |   Cybersecurity
The US was the only country in the top tier of the report’s ranking, denoting it had ‘world-leading strengths’ in all the metrics. Photo: Shutterstock The US was the only country in the top tier of the report’s ranking, denoting it had ‘world-leading strengths’ in all the metrics. Photo: Shutterstock
The US was the only country in the top tier of the report’s ranking, denoting it had ‘world-leading strengths’ in all the metrics. Photo: Shutterstock
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