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Department Of Energy Statement On Chinese Hacking Of Global Managed Service Providers

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The U.S. Government is announcing that a group of Chinese cyber actors, known publicly as APT 10, is carrying out a campaign of cyber-enabled theft targeting global managed service providers, cloud service providers, and their clients.  APT 10 is operating on behalf of the Chinese Ministry of State Security. 

Over the past four years APT 10 compromised and gained extensive access to multiple U.S. and global managed service and cloud providers.  They infiltrated these providers’ clients, including global companies located in at least 12 countries. The U.S. Government is taking steps to mitigate the impacts of this activity and hold the Chinese government accountable for these unacceptable actions.

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