Chinese COVID-19 disinformation campaigns commenced as early as January: Stanford

Stanford University's International Observatory Cyber Policy Center examined social media posts across Weibo, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Reddit in English, Chinese, and Japanese.

NATO Report Warns of New Authoritarian Chinese Splinternet

Chinese government plans to push through standardization of a new internet architecture could broaden the threat landscape, destabilize security and privacy, and fragment the world wide web.

Brazil-EU Cyber Cooperation: Swinging Bridges on the Road to Stability in Cyberspace

Cyber cooperation between Brazil and the EU has expanded considerably in the past decade from an initial focus on digital economy and trade issues to cybercrime and cybersecurity.

China borrowing Russian tactics to spread coronavirus disinformation

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, China’s state-backed information operations have been following Russia’s playbook for spreading disinformation.

Singapore and Australia ink digital-economy pact, renew cybersecurity tie-up

SINGAPORE and Australia on Monday finalised an agreement which creates an over-arching framework for deeper cooperation in the digital economy between the two countries.

Foreign hackers blamed for disinformation campaign over coronavirus

A foreign disinformation campaign is under way in the United States that is aimed at spreading fear in the country amid the coronavirus pandemic, three American officials said.

ASD teamed up with GCHQ for stolen credit card crackdown

The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) and the UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) were involved in an operation to crack down on stolen credit card numbers.

Huawei execs admit they don't know whether their tech is used for surveillance

When asked about allegations that Skycom, the alleged Huawei subsidiary, has aided Iran in domestic surveillance, including in 2009, Purdy and Danks said they were unaware of specific activities.

China demands US response over CIA hacking claims

The Chinese Foreign Ministry has asked the US for a "clear explanation" after claims the CIA had been hacking targets in China for at least 11 years.

State pledges $8 million to Ukraine for cybersecurity assistance

The State Department announced that the U.S. would give Ukraine $8 million in cybersecurity assistance funds as part of a “cyber dialogue” held in Kyiv between officials from the two countries.
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