My Way News - US looking at action against China cyberattacks:
My Way News reports: "The Obama administration is considering more assertive action against
Beijing to combat a persistent cyber-espionage campaign it believes
Chinese hackers are waging against U.S. companies and government
agencies. As The New York Times and Wall Street Journal
reported Thursday that their computer systems had been infiltrated by
China-based hackers, cybersecurity experts said the U.S. government is
eyeing more pointed diplomatic and trade measures [...] A four-month long cyberattack against The New York Times is the latest in a long string of breaches said to be by China-based hackers into corporate and government computer systems across the United States. "
CNN Money - Nations prepare for cyber war
CNN reports: "Security analysts are predicting that 2013 is when nation-sponsored cyberwarfare goes mainstream -- and some think such attacks will lead to actual deaths. [...] Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said recently that the United States reserves the right to use military force against a nation that launches a cyberattack on the country. "
Washington Post - Pentagon to boost cybersecurity force
The Washington Post reports: "The Pentagon has approved a major expansion of its cybersecurity force over the next several years, increasing its size more than fivefold to bolster the nation’s ability to defend critical computer systems and conduct offensive computer operations against foreign adversaries, according to U.S. officials."