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The United States Postal Service, or USPS, reported this week that it was hacked. The breach affects over 800,000 employees and all customers who contacted the agency by phone or email between January 1 and August 16, 2014.
China, the world's largest mobile phone market, has been seen for years by vendors as a place of seemingly unlimited demand for mobile technology. That time may be over.
The Asia-Pacific region continues to be a leader in adopting new mobile technology and devices.
IBM Research just announced it launched a broad 10-year initiative to "support China in delivering on its ambitious energy and environmental goals." Dubbed "Green Horizon" one of its first partners is the Beijing Municipal Government.
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With the U.S. Department of Justice indicting Chinese military officials for industrial espionage, the advanced persistent threat, a method favored by state-sponsored attackers, is top of mind for IT security pros.
The U.S. has seriously engaged in ending foreign cyber-espionage. China doesn't like that change in focus and appears to be engaged in tit-for-tat product banning and indictment tactics.
A U.S. grand jury has issued indictments against members of the Chinese military on charges of spying on U.S. companies.