The 14th Five Year Plan (FYP) adopted by the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in March 2021 has laid out key areas of focus for the country that are likely to prompt nation-state cyber espionage. State-led threat actors will probably seek intellectual property from foreign organizations operating in key industries that could further the PRC’s goals, such as technology and manufacturing. The 14th FYP prioritizes technological advancement and innovation, and a better standard of life within the country. Between 2021 and 2025, the FYP aims to end the PRC’s dependence on foreign technology, while maximizing Chinese research and developments.
A vulnerability in Kaseya’s virtual system/server administrator (VSA) software has been exploited to delive...
Most Recent Flipbooks
Main story: Uber compromised by Lapsus$'s resurgence
Main story: Cyber attacks shock the Italian energy sector
Main story: Back to school for students and ransomware groups
Main story: LastPass suffers source code data breach
Main story: LockBit under DDoS attack: Entrust strikes back?
Main Story: Cisco defies extortion attempts after network breach
Main story: Cybercriminals scramble for new hiding places after 911 proxy service folds
Main story: Free-to-use Redeemer opens doors for ransomware enthusiasts
Main story: LockBit launches new version, welcomes bug hunters
Main story: Attackers seize Microsoft zero-day for malware dissemination, espionage