Cyber defense remains a priority in the Pacific as China, North Korea and other nations bolster their cyber capabilities. “China is rapidly expanding and improving its cyberspace capabilities to meet their national and military objectives, as are others, including North Korea and Russia, not to mention rogue groups and individuals who are increasingly enabled by technology,” Adm. Samuel Locklear, commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, testified March 25 to the Senate Armed Services ...
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