U.S.-China Cybersecurity Issues: Roundtable Before the U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission, One Hundred Thirteenth Congress, First Session, July 11, 2013   [open pdf - 488KB]

From the opening statement of William Reinsch: "Welcome everybody, we're going to begin. You can tell from the arrangement that this is informal, at least as informal as we ever get. This is a roundtable on U.S.-China cyber security issues. A roundtable means we don't have witnesses, per se, and prepared testimony or time limits. I don't even have a gavel so we're not going to gavel you down after seven minutes. And we've got our Commissioners, more of whom I hope will be arriving, interspersed with our guests who are experts on the subject. I want to say a word about the format, and then I'll introduce our guests. As I said, it's a roundtable so we're not asking for prepared statements or testimony. We're going to have a discussion, and the topic is one step beyond what's going on in the cyber intrusion world because there have been zillions of hearings about that and thousands of pages of testimony. We want to focus today on what do we do about it, particularly with respect to China."

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