For China And U.S., An Attempt To Clarify Rules Of Cyberwarfare : NPR

The U.S. tech industry has long been a favorite target of cyberattacks from China. Now Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is in Beijing, where he’s set to give a speech encouraging more dialogue between the U.S. and China over cyberwarfare. Here to talk more is Richard Bejtlich. He’s the chief security strategist at FireEye, a global network security company. Welcome to the program.

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