Cyber threat from China unifies typically divided Congress on setting tough security protections

By Rick Weber  
December 17, 2018 at 12:05 PM
An assessment of China's aggressive actions in cyberspace -- fueled by its ambition to match or replace the United States as a global superpower and employing intellectual property theft and cyber espionage -- is forging an unusual commonality on Capitol Hill that could clear the way for new, tougher cybersecurity requirements to protect the industrial supply chain and overall security of critical infrastructure and U.S. innovation. This growing awareness of the Chinese threat -- which includes a Pentagon assessment of...

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