Statement from Assistant Director Bryan Vorndran on Joint Cybersecurity Advisory Regarding Chinese State-Sponsored Cyber Operations
FBI Cyber Division Assistant Director Bryan Vorndran released the following statement in response to a joint National Security Agency, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and FBI cybersecurity advisory regarding Chinese state-sponsored cyber operations.
The FBI and our partners are determined to disrupt the increasingly sophisticated Chinese state-sponsored cyber activity that targets U.S. political, economic, military, education, and counterintelligence personnel and organizations. The FBI remains committed to imposing risk and consequences for this type of repeated malicious cyber activity, and we urge our partners to apply these recommended mitigations to decrease the risk this actor poses to their networks.
- Alert: NSA, CISA, and FBI Detail Chinese State-Sponsored Actions, Mitigations (nsa.gov)
- Alert: Chinese State-Sponsored Cyber Operations (cisa.gov)
- Press release: Four Chinese Nationals Working with the Ministry of State Security Charged with Global Computer Intrusion Campaign Targeting Intellectual Property and Confidential Business Information, Including Infectious Disease Research