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Cybersecurity And the Chinese Hacker Problem - Podcast

International & National Security Law Practice Group Podcast

March 19, 2013

Richard Bejtlich, Paul Rosenzweig, Dean A. Reuter

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Cybersecurity And the Chinese Hacker Problem - PodcastA few weeks ago Mandiant, a private cybersecurity firm, released an explosive report attributing an epidemic of Chinese cyber espionage to the Chinese army. In light of this report and other intelligence findings, the New York Times reports that the Obama Administration has publicly called on the Chinese government to intervene directly to end such cyber attacks from its own military. Richard Bejtlich, the Chief Security Officer for Mandiant, discusses the content of that report. Our other cyber expert, Paul Rosenzweig, joins to discuss what, if anything, the United States should be doing about this problem. This previously recorded conference call is a part of a new Teleforum series on Cybersecurity and Public Policy.


  • Mr. Richard Bejtlich, Chief Security Officer, Mandiant
  • Mr. Paul Rosenzweig, Principal, Red Branch Consulting
  • Moderator: Mr. Dean A. Reuter, Vice President & Director of Practice Groups, The Federalist Society

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