Cyber intelligence means different things to different kinds of professionals. This dissonance must be addressed if we are to address the issue at both a technical and strategic level.
As we saw in the previous blog post, the Chinese methods of dealing with rivals continues to cling to tradition. Running in parallel to this is China’s age-old struggle with corruption.
Corruption and high-level politics in China are complex topics and a handfull of blog posts will never be able to do either subject any justice. However, these entries can provide a good starting point to help clarify the matter and allow one to more accurately interpet current events.
The possibility of encountering cyber espionage while doing business in China is high, but one should consider it a cost of doing business rather than a mortal threat.