Posts Tagged ‘China’

Non-Government Organization in Support of Government Hopes

Red Team analysis is the process of viewing a situation from the perspective of an adversary thus providing insights beyond those that might otherwise be limited by normative biases. This blog provides an assessment of one company’s foray into the popular APT outing trend in the context of China’s cyber buildup and what that could […]

Additional Discussion of the April China BGP Hijack Incident

My blog post last week on the April 8th China BGP hijack incident generated significant discussion and raised additional questions in both the media and research / engineering community. In particular, I agree with Dmitri Alperovitch’s recent McAfee blog post that “This topic is highly technical and very difficult to explain to people not fully […]

China Hijacks 15% of Internet Traffic?

On Wednesday, the US China Economic and Security Review Commission released a wide-ranging report on China trade, capital markets, human rights, WTO compliance, and other topics. If you have time to spare, here is a link to the 324 page report. Tucked away in the hundreds of pages of China analysis is a section on […]