The Center for a New American Security’s Hannah Suh, program manager at its Asia-Pacific Security Program, and Harry Krejsa, a research associate with the program, discuss their new report, “Phishing in Troubled Waters: Confronting Cyber Espionage Across the Pacific and the Strait of Taiwan” with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian during an April 11, 2017 interview at CNAS headquarters in Washington.
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