Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Cyber Lexicon: U.S., China Speak Different Languages

From BankInfoSecurity –

“Statements issued by the United States and China give a different take on cybersecurity talks scheduled to take place next week between Presidents Barack Obama and Xi Jingling.

Xinhua, the Chinese government news agency, reported on Sept. 12 that China and the U.S. have reached "important consensus on combating cybercrimes" after meetings late last week between a delegation of Chinese officials, headed by special envoy Meng Jianzhu, and top U.S. government officials, including National Security Adviser Susan Rice, FBI Director James Comey and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.

But a terse White House statement issued that day acknowledges the gatherings took place, but does not characterize them, except to say that Rice's White House meeting with Meng involved "frank and open exchange about cyber issues."

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