Research finds cyber-snoops working for ‘Chinese state interests’ lurking in SE Asian telco networks since 2017

Gareth Halfacree reports:

Attack protection specialist Cybereason has fingered threat actors working on behalf of “Chinese state interests” as being behind attacks on telcos operating in Southeast Asia – with some having been prowling the penetrated networks for information on high-value targets since 2017.

Cybereason’s DeadRinger report, published today, described the attacks as being carried out by “highly adaptive” groups which “worked diligently to obscure their activity and maintain persistence on the infected systems.”

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