The government of Australia today joined the United States and the United Kingdom in the sentences for the supposed campaign of cyberattacks against the intellectual property and commercial data worldwide attributed to China.
"In defense of our interests, Australia publicly denounces cyber incidents, especially those that can undermine global economic growth, national security and international stability," Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne said in a statement. and the Interior, Peter Dutton.
The Canberra Executive also appealed to all countries, including China, "to comply with the commitments to abstain from the cyber theft of intellectual property, trade secrets and confidential business information with the intention of obtaining a competitive advantage."
The Australian authorities echoed the links of the group known as Advanced Persistent Threat 10 (APT 10) with the Chinese Ministry of State Security to attack large-scale Managed Service Providers (MSPs).
The National Cybersecurity Center (NCSC) concluded that APT 10 is responsible, at least since 2016, for attacks against IT and infrastructure services companies for many organizations and medium and large companies in Australia and the rest of the world.