via the United States Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the embedded video is an Awareness Briefing on the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) Chinese Malicious Cyber Activity. This CISA webinar provides background data and mitigation/remediation techniques on the PRC Malicious Cyber Activity targeting Managed Service Providers (MSPs). While this webinar is now over 30 days old, the issues discussed in the video are still very relevant.
via Reuters and the South China Morning Post comes reports of what could be the largest data breach in the People's Republic of China on record. Pointing to what is being described as a 'vast surveillance operation'. Surprised? Don't be fooled as there is nothing new under the sun, given the country's predeliction for human micro-manipulation that can be traced back in relatively recent times (1958-1961) to Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution (and of course, to the previous five millenia of Chinese history)...H/T
"China’s cybersecurity police announced a new campaign on Thursday targeting websites and web applications that spread what they called “negative information” on the internet..." "During the clampdown, all websites, mobile phone apps, forums, instant messaging and live-streaming platforms will be vetted for any vulgar and violent content as well as rumours, superstition and information that “fuels hatred, spreads unhealthy lifestyles and pop culture”." - via the South China Morning Post reporter Phoebe Zhang