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“No Boom!”

Recently I spoke on a panel hosted by Valley Forge Military College’s Center for the Advancement of Security Studies (CASS) with three other distinguished gentlemen to discuss our country’s outlook on cyber warfare, terrorism and our country’s defenses. One comment made by yours truly got a bit more attention than I thought it would because to me and my colleagues, it’s an obvious statement, but to clients, media and others that we speak with on regular basis, it’s not as obvious. [...]

China Is Cutting the Legs Out from Under American Businesses (but please don’t stop them?)

Businesses and their executives everywhere should be aware of this story run by 60 Minutes on Jan 17, and the blog Jeff Lipson wrote about here. The fact that China is stealing U.S. companies’ intellectual property is not news. The fact that President Obama worked with the Western District of Pennsylvania to indict five Chinese officers of theft of intellectual property is not news. So, what is the real news bite here? Some companies and Americans want to fight back and stop [...]

Protecting Philadelphia Companies from Chinese Hacking – Part 1

Last night, 60 Minutes ran a segment on China’s massive theft of intellectual property from US businesses.  http://www.cbsnews.com/news/60-minutes-great-brain-robbery-china-cyber-espionage/ The episode highlighted that the Chinese government is using its military and intelligence services to give its companies an edge over US business, by stealing our trade secrets.   My Team and I spent a number of years working at US Cyber Command and the National Security Agency. We saw first hand just how prolific this theft was.  I’ve spoken numerous times [...]