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Corporate Espionage

New allegations of China cyber spying

CrowdStrike CEO George Kurtz on how consumers can protect themselves from cyber security risks.

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  1. Target’s sales take a hit after data breach

    Telsey Advisory Group’s Joe Feldman, Accent Asset Management CEO Scott Martin and Risk Control Strategies’ Paul Michael Viollis on Target’s fourth-quarter sales.

  2. Foxconn Eyes New Plant���in US

    China isn't the manufacturing haven it once was, so the most ( in ) famous tech manufacturer operating within its borders is setting out for new frontiers—including ...

  3. Goldman must pay legal fees for ex-programmer accused of theft

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc must pay some legal fees incurred by a former computer programmer accused of stealing code from the bank because his title of vice president ...

  4. Three charged with stealing source code, data from trading firm

    Two men have been charged by New York prosecutors with stealing secret computer code from a high-frequency trading firm in an effort to start their own business.Jaso...

  5. U.S. charges Chinese wind company with stealing trade secrets

    A Chinese wind turbine maker, Sinovel Wind Group Co. Ltd <601558.SS>, was charged with stealing trade secrets from U.S. company AMSC , the U.S. Department of Justice...

  6. Former GM engineer, husband sentenced in trade secret theft case

    A former General Motors Co engineer was sentenced to a year and a day in prison and her husband was sentenced to three years for conspiring to steal trade secrets fo...

  7. Former Goldman programmer fails to win dismissal of code theft case

    A former Goldman Sachs Group Inc computer programmer failed to win the dismissal of charges by Manhattan's district attorney of stealing secret trading code, despite...

  8. Alleged HSBC data thief in extradition hearing in Spain

    A former HSBC employee wanted in Switzerland on allegations of stealing data on tens of thousands of bank accounts came before a Spanish court on Monday for extradit...

  9. BYD Unit Makes H-P Tablet as Chinese Suppliers Gain Ground

    For years there was a clear divide: Taiwanese contract manufacturers made all the world's well-known tablets like Apple Inc.'s (AAPL) iPad, while Chinese firms made ...

  10. Chertoff: Government Needs to Invest More in Cybersecurity

    Former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff on how the U.S. can prepare to handle the growing threat of cyber terrorism.

  11. The Code War

    Vaultive CEO Elad Yoran discusses the code war that is threatening our cybersecurity.

  12. China Gets Specific on Cyberattacks

    China's Ministry of Defense said two military websites were the targets of more than 100,000 cyberattacks a month last year, with almost two-thirds of them originati...

  1. McNamee on Facebook, China, and Alibaba

    Elevation Partners founding partner Roger McNamee on China’s attack on U.S. firms, Facebook and Alibaba.

  2. China’s hacking worse than imagined?

    Wall Street Journal reporter Danny Yadron and FireEye director of threat intelligence Darien Kindlund on China’s cyber threat to the U.S.

  3. Oliver North on China’s scrutiny plan

    Lt. Col. Oliver North on the impact of China increasing scrutiny on online technology imports coming from the U.S.

  4. I spy, you spy, we all spy: Chinese espionage nothing new

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent, cyber security expert Ann Lee and Scott Martin of United Advisers on the government accusing Chinese hackers of espionage.

  5. U.S. says Snowden’s claims of US industrial espionage false

    FBN’s Rich Edson on Edward Snowden’s claims of U.S. industrial espionage .

  6. Snowden: U.S. keeps its eye on foreign countries

    FBN’s Rich Edson on Edward Snowden’s claims that the U.S. government spies on foreign countries

  7. Is China the worst offender of corporate espionage ?

    NYU adjunct professor Ann Lee, ’Coming Collapse’ author Gordon Chang and FBN’s Jo Ling Kent discuss China’s economic espionage.

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