In the NewsJul 5, 2022
Cary quoted in Bloomberg: Shanghai Data Breach Exposes Dangers of China’s Trove
On July 5, 2022, Global China Hub fellow Dakota Cary was quoted in a Bloomberg article titled, “Shanghai Data Breach Exposes Dangers of China’s Trove”. “The PRC government is likely in crisis mode right now. It seems obvious to ask why Shanghai MPS needed access to all this data, but this is the exact system […]
Dakota Cary is a nonresident fellow in the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub. Cary is also a consultant at Krebs Stamos Group and previously was a research analyst at Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology on the CyberAI Project. He focuses on China’s efforts to develop its hacking capabilities. His previous reports examine artificial-intelligence and cybersecurity research at Chinese universities, the People’s Liberation Army’s efforts to automate software vulnerability discovery, and new policies to improve China’s cybersecurity-talent pipeline. He has been featured and quoted on his expertise in a variety of outlets, including the Economist, MIT Technology Review, Hill, Breaking Defense, and Defense One. Cary has also testified before the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission.