The White House today has introduced a new strategy to put pressure on China and other countries that engage in corporate espionage against the United States, reports the WSJ.
This is an attempt of the administration of President Obama was kundërvyer cyberattacks and commercial espionage.
Strategy released Wednesday that was the subject of a meeting at the White House, considering the growth of U.S. trade restrictions on products and services resulting from stolen trade secrets.
U.S. officials also presented a series of diplomatic actions with which they will reinforce the commitment of the administration to reduce such theft made through cyber attacks.
The new strategy comes after revelations cyber espionage coming from China, which the latter has denied, calling as unfounded.