Concerns are mounting over a recent report by the Washington Post alleging that China's cyber army, affiliated with the People's Liberation Army (PLA), has been targeting critical infrastructure in the United States, including a water utility in Hawaii. This raises serious concerns about potential cyberattacks on essential services and national security.
The report claims that over the past year, PLA hackers have breached the computer systems of at least two dozen critical entities across the U.S. These include power and water utilities, communications systems, and transportation infrastructure. While the specific water utility in Hawaii remains unnamed, the. . .