at March 11,2016
I find that the hacker's claim that he wasn't supported by the government to be completely believeable. China has 1.5 billion people and, despite the oppression there is still no way to completely manage that many people. If a hacker in the US takes down a website we don't blame the US government, we go after the hacker. I am sure the same happens in China. Essentially, some people work for the government and many more are independent or work for other interests. Just like the U.S.
at April 11,2016
With a growing number of sophisticated hackers in the world, how safe can our networks and computer systems be? After going into detail about what Stuxnet was and what it took to create, I would not be surprised if there were other "Stuxnet" sized attacks in the works or currently in the grid right now.
at April 22,2016
It is interesting that the consensus is that nationalism fuels hacking in China yet in the U.S. it seems that hackers are not fueled by this at all. In fact the speaker indicated that American hackers may be motivated by the opposite.
at April 26,2016
Interesting video, I've seen enough videos/news about China hackers are really good and the fact they are better.The US needs to keep what they doing and encouraging young talents to focus more in cyber and engineering , we are lacking in those areas.
at June 23,2016
I agree that this is an interesting video, however I don't believe any of it...I come from a background with 20 years in Intelligence/Counterintelligence and Cyber-Counterintelligence and I know for a fact that the Chinese are hacking the Government and Private sector. I dont buy it that they are hacking because of "nationalism"..they do it because the government forces them into a position that gives them no choice...it also allows the Chinese government to have plausible deniability if the hackers are caught...