CTT Conversations: The NVIDIA Hack and the National Security Catastrophe

The hack of NVIDIA has exposed the blueprints of a $580 billion semiconductor juggernaut, putting some of America’s most valuable chip designs at risk of appropriation by Chinese government entities and others. CTT sat down with Dylan Patel, a leading semiconductor industry analyst and Daniel Markus, lead China Task Force staffer to discuss mitigating the impact of this hack.Patel provided an overview of the Nvidia hack and the implications pertaining to Chinese semiconductor firms. Patel explained, “Nvidia’s software is best in class, and hackers have exposed Nvidia’s proprietary designs and put them in the public domain. Now Chinese AI firms and others can kick start their own R&D and catch up with ease… It’s virtually impossible to protect yourself… Read More

6 States Hacked by China: Register To Learn More About the Federal-State Tech Threat Disconnect 

Register now to join China Tech Threat’s webinar tomorrow, Tech Threat Disconnect: Federal-State Security Gaps Open Doors to PRC Intrusion. With a breaking AP report that the Chinese government broke into the computer networks of at least six state governments in the United States in the last year, learn more about how the use of Chinese technology by state ​​financial institutions, government agencies, infrastructure and individuals opens the door to attack by the People’s Republic of China (PRC).According to private cybersecurity firm Mandiant, which revealed the news, the suspected hackers are known for launching attacks for old-fashioned espionage purposes and for financial gain.When Federal agencies and the U.S. military have rightly taken action to restrict the use of… Read More