Recent geopolitical tensions between China and Taiwan have been exacerbated by an uptick in China’s military assertiveness and provocative regional behavior. This culminated in China being recognized as the top threat actor nation in late 2022, wielding its cyber capabilities to pressure Taiwan, a self-governing democracy, which has always repudiatedContinue Reading

The technology industry, home to some of the world’s most sensitive and valuable intellectual property, finds itself increasingly in the crosshairs of international cyber espionage efforts. These clandestine operations frequently target proprietary data that, once stolen, could provide significant military or commercial advantage. China, with its ambition to become self-sufficientContinue Reading

In a groundbreaking move that underscores China’s stringent approach to artificial intelligence (AI) regulation, Chinese law enforcement recently arrested a man for utilizing AI technology to generate fabricated news. The individual, known only by his surname, Hong, stands accused of using an AI chatbot to create a fake news storyContinue Reading

Google has suspended the official Play store app of Chinese e-commerce giant Pinduoduo due to the presence of malware. The tech giant also warned users that several of Pinduoduo’s other apps contain the same malware, which can install widgets on affected devices, prevent users from uninstalling apps, track app usageContinue Reading

Baidu, China’s leading search engine, has recently launched an alternative to OpenAI’s GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) language model called “Ernie Bot,” which has been receiving positive reviews for its ability to handle Chinese translations. The launch of Ernie Bot is part of Baidu’s ongoing efforts to enhance its search capabilitiesContinue Reading

In recent weeks, the European Commission, European Parliament and other institutions have instructed staff to delete the app off their work phones. Now, the company wants to convince European governments that it is an industry leader in data protection. The company outlined plans on Wednesday to build three European dataContinue Reading

The European Commission has ordered its staff to remove the popular social media app TikTok from their corporate devices and personal phones over cybersecurity concerns. The commission, which has around 32,000 permanent and contract employees, said the move was aimed at protecting data and increasing cybersecurity in the face ofContinue Reading

Australia is preparing to remove China-Linked security cameras from defense offices. On Thursday, Defence Minister Richard Marles mentioned that The Australian government will examine surveillance technology used in offices of the defence department. Before, in November, we saw that Britain stopped installing China based security cameras at sensitive buildings. AlsoContinue Reading