Tag: Cybersecurity

China, U.S. Talk Norms in Cyberspace – What Do They Mean?

Experts from China and the United States recently met in Washington in the first formal sessions of the Senior Experts Group on International Norms and Related Issues and had ‘”positive, in-depth and constructive” discussions regarding state behavior in cyberspace, as...

/ June 10, 2016

IBM, Lenovo Deal Passes US Security Review

International Business Machines Corp. announced on August 15 that a US national security review panel approved its plan to sell its x86 low-end server business to China’s Lenovo Group Ltd. for $2.3 billion. After reaching the agreement back in January,...

/ September 5, 2014

US Treasury Secretary ‘Optimistic’ on Upcoming S&ED Talks

By Elise Pietro and Andrew Gong Updated 9:50 am, 7/08/2014 Saying that China should focus on “actually opening markets,” US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew discussed China’s economic reforms, a US-China bilateral investment treaty (BIT), cybersecurity, and other issues central to...

/ July 7, 2014

S&ED Update: US, China Agree to Negotiate Investment Treaty

Updated 12:50 pm, 7/12/2013 The United States and China agreed Thursday to begin negotiating a bilateral-investment treaty (BIT), which could open up more business opportunities for American firms in the Chinese market. US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said in a...

/ July 11, 2013

The Limits of Cybersecurity Talks

The first US-China cybersecurity working group meets next week, but significant progress is unlikely in the short term by Doug Mackey The United States and China will hold the first round of the official US-China cybersecurity working group talks during...

/ July 5, 2013

Protecting Intellectual Property from Cyberthreats

Research by Verizon indicates that cyberattacks aimed at stealing intellectual property may be on the rise, but companies can take steps to mitigate these threats. By Christina Nelson  Cybersecurity and protecting intellectual property has long been a concern for multinational...

/ June 17, 2013

Audio: US-China Relations During President Obama’s Second Term

[soundcloud params=”auto_play=true&show_comments=true&color=0ac4ff”]https://soundcloud.com/uschinabusiness/forecast-2013-remarks-by-james[/soundcloud] James Steinberg, former deputy secretary of State under President Barack Obama and now dean and professor at Syracuse University, spoke to business leaders at the US-China Business Council’s Forecast conference on Jan. 31 about the Obama administration’s approach...

/ March 15, 2013