The U.S. and China have agreed on cooperating nation’s confidentiality of information without hacking. The problem occurring since 2010, and the high cyber security tension between the two countries became a new turning point.
The U.S. and China have agreed on cooperating nations’ confidentiality of information without hacking. The problem occurring since 2010, and the high cyber security tension between the two countries became a new turning point.
The USA and China agreed to share information via hotline; after a few years, the tension between the two countries dramatically increased with the regular hacking activity from both sides. Of nations, maybe not only the government has to each other, but also freelancers are working to gain specific information from websites.
Cyber Security Tension BetweTwo-Nationion U.S. And China Gets Solved
In an agreement, both the leader of the two countries have followed the rules. Firstly talk, an atgh-level conference about whichpreventing confidential computer security information. If any problem occ,rs; the the issue will be discussed through a hotline connection, discussion regarding online theft criminals, and focusing not spying on cyber trading.
The previous and current reports that the U.S. and China had a combative relationship regarding cyber espionage and cyber security, per the 2010 record that Google claimed China-based hackers for stealing its personal information and property. From 2010 onwards, the growing hacking increased by China – per the confidential data we have analyzed, China was the first to mislead the team relationship between the U.S.
U.S. security experts have disclosed the reason for the sudden hacking attack from China, which is China government had allowed its hackers from the country itself to hack all Western country’s private companies as well as government websites such American Army and Department of State. The situation became more critical when in May 2014, U.S. Justice Department charged five Chinese military hackers with cyber espionage for hacking into U.S. companies and other government websites.
The U.S. charged and claimed China as State-Sponsored hackers because the hackers, mainly from China government, and China government, have allowed military and other freelance home-bahome-baseds in china to hack U.S. companies and gain certain information on trading and secrets.
On Dec. 1, 2015, in Washington, D.C., Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, together with Chinese State Councilor Guo Shengkun, co-chaired the first U.S.-China High-Level Joint Dialogue on Cybercrime and Related Issues. (justice.gov)