SAN FRANCISCO--Reports that blame China for the vast majority of information-stealing attacks and cyberespionage are accurate, but companies should not expect the public naming of China to offer much respite from the attacks, security experts told attendees on Tuesday at the RSA Security Conference.
A group of four policy experts discussed the reasons behind Chinese efforts to steal U.S. intellectual property during a panel discussion at the conference. Unless the U.S. backs the investigations with sanctions against Chinese companies or other punitive actions, the Asian giant's government will be unlikely to stop, said Jason Healey, director of the Cyber Statecraft Initiative for the Atlantic Council.
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