Projects linked to China's Belt and Road at cybersecurity risk, says firm

Low Han Shaun

FireEye vice-president and global intelligence operations head Sandra Joyce (left) and its Asia-Pacific president, Eric Hoh, at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur today. – The Malaysian Insight pic, August 15, 2018.

MALAYSIAN companies linked to China’s Belt and Road initiative are at higher risk of a cyber intrusion, said a US-based cybersecurity firm.

FireEye vice-president and head of its global intelligence operations Sandra Joyce said China-based groups will seek to gain an advantage by collecting business intelligence on projects and agreements.

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