Chinese computer hack attacks slow ahead of Obama summit: experts


  • TECH
  • Monday, 21 Sep 2015

Anecdotal evidence: The number of cyberattacks on US companies' computer systems appear to have tapered off recently in the lead up to the scheduled meeting between Obama and Xi in the US, say cybersecurity experts.

WASHINGTON: Major intrusions by Chinese hackers of US companies' computer systems appear to have slowed in recent months, private-sector experts say, ahead of a meeting between China's president and President Barack Obama with cybersecurity on the agenda. 

Three senior executives at private-sector firms in the field told Reuters they had noticed a downtick in hacking activity. 

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