At the first meeting of a new, high-level dialogue on cybercrime, the United States and China agreed on guidelines for requesting assistance on malicious cyber activities but failed to address an investigation into the recent Office of Personnel Management (OPM) hack. Despite mixed progress, the dialogue is an important sign of re-engagement on cybersecurity issues. Cybersecurity, especially regarding commerce, has long been a top concern for the US-China Business Council, which...
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