QUAD group led by US pressed against China for Cyber Attacks


All these days we have seen western companies and governments blaming China for launching sophisticated cyber attacks that crippled the critical infrastructure such as supply from oil companies and meat distribution. Now, the government/s seems to have acted on the Chinese aggression with retaliated moves and the nation to lead the front on this note seems to be the Biden led North America.

From here on, a US led group will lead the front with a commitment to promote the best practices and shared standards with cybersecurity and other issues.

Yesterday, White House released a media update on this note disclosing some details related to the summit in brief.

Dubbed as Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (QUAD), the group consist representatives from US, India, Japan and Australia. It is reported that they took part in a meeting last week to discuss the alliance of democratic nations against the Chinese aggression.

It is already a known fact that China has troubled the entire world with COVID-19, emerging tech that targets the climate change, IT infrastructure, space and cybersecurity negatively.

QUAD wants to retaliate against such threats scientifically, and that includes warding off implications that emerge while promoting Open RAN Development.

What’s interesting about QUAD is that it was formed just weeks after Australia in association with UK and US announced AUKUS pact that seeks cooperation from member nations against the evil consequences arising with the development of AI, Quantum Computing and Cybersecurity.

Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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