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Cybersecurity firm uncovers Chinese espionage campaign in SE Asia

UK-based cybersecurity firm Sophos recently released its report detailing a highly sophisticated, nearly two-year long espionage campaign by Chinese threat actors against a high-level government target.

Suspected Chinese consultancy firms recruiting Pinoy military, gov’t researchers

Facebook pages posing as Western military consultancy firms but may be linked to China, appear to be targeting Filipino defense industry researchers and analysts, a study by Newsbytes.PH showed.

China denies involvement in hacking of PH gov’t websites

China has denied allegations that Chinese hackers attempted to breach the email systems and internal websites of key government agencies in the Philippines.

Cyberattacks from China targeted OWWA website, says DICT

The country’s cybersecurity experts had successfully thwarted hacking attacks against a Philippine government website, an official of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) reported on Saturday, Feb. 3.

PH gov’t inks MOU on e-commerce with China

The DTI said the agreement opens doors for possible collaboration between the Philippines and China in undertaking joint case studies and capacity building programs to enhance the knowledge and skills of MSMEs and maximize the potentials of e-commerce.

E-security firm raises alarm on Chinese cyberattacks on PH firms

Cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike singled out China’s actors as the most concerning threat to Philippine organizations’ cybersecurity due to China’s attempts to dominate the APJ and South East Asian region, as exemplified by the its incursions into the West Philippine Sea.

Covid-19 threatens to disrupt $19.9-B video surveillance market

Although the Covid-19 outbreak has had only a minimal impact on the video surveillance market so far, the industry still faces a risk from falling demand and a potential production bottleneck spurred by labor and component shortages in China, according to research firm Omdia.

Analyst: China will dominate 5G deployment despite early lead by US

By the end of 2020, China will have 115 million more 5G subscribers than the US.

Are Western tech giants heading East?

The arrival of new strong contenders representing broader Asian markets could tip the balance in favor of leaders of Asian countries.
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