No breakthrough on cybersecurity at U.S.-China talks

06/10/2013 | USA Today · (Russia) · Reuters · CNNMoney

Two days of talks between President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping ended Saturday with little new progress made on bridging the contentious cybersecurity gap between the two nations, although Obama's national security adviser said the issue remains "at the center of the relationship" between the leaders. While the presidents reached some consensus on the importance of stopping nuclear proliferation in North Korea, Chinese officials rejected accusations that their military is behind a recent spate of cyberespionage attacks on U.S. interests, insisting that China is also a victim of cyberattacks.

View Full Article in:

USA Today · (Russia) · Reuters · CNNMoney

Published in Briefs: