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US intel officials accuse Russia, China in cyber attacks motivated by greed
Friday - 11/4/2011, 1:53pm EDT
National Counterintelligence Executive Robert Bryant told the National Press Club that the open accusations should serve as a diplomatic push toward solutions that'll slow the number of cyberattacks.
The latest intelligence report showed that the most desired data includes communications and military technologies, clean energy, health care, pharmaceuticals and information about scarce natural resources. The cyberattackers are particularly interested in unmanned aircraft and other aerospace technology.
This story is part of Federal News Radio's daily Cybersecurity Update. For more cybersecurity news, click here.