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Taipei, May 10 (CNA) A delegation of retired military officers left Friday for China on a week-long visit that they described as an effort to push for cross-Taiwan Strait military confidence-building, although the Ministry of National Defense (MND)
Taipei, April 28 (CNA) Malicious e-mails received by some members of the military recently did not cause any damage to the military's internal network or result in information leaks because of timely response measures, a defense official said Sunday.
Taiwan will step up efforts against Chinese military cyberattacks as Chinese hackers shift their focus from government institutions to civilian think tanks, telecommunications service providers, Internet node facilities and traffic signal control
Hackers from China have been turning their attention to electronic systems controlling traffic signals in Taiwan, a National Security Bureau report said Saturday. Taiwan's top intelligence agency as well as the Ministry of National Defense, the
Taipei, April 18 (CNA) The Presidential Office has the ability to intercept any letter sent to President Ma Ying-jeou that contains poisonous substances, the deputy head of the National Security Bureau (NSB) said Thursday.
Taipei, April 13 (CNA) Taiwan wants to take part in a proposed regional trade agreement but is still assessing the mode of participation and its impact on industry, an official of the Ministry of Economic Affairs said Saturday.
Taipei, April 5 (CNA) President Ma Ying-jeou has directed the National Security Council (NSC) to convene a meeting to discuss the growing tensions on the Korean peninsula, the Presidential Office said Friday. Ma's directive came amid international
Taipei, March 20 (CNA) The daughter of President Ma Ying-jeou , Leslie Ma, is safe in Hong Kong , where she lives, National Security Bureau (NSB) Director-General Tsai Teh-sheng said Wednesday. The security chief was responding to press inquiries
Taipei, Oct. 22 (CNA) Taiwan's National Security Bureau (NSB) chief said Monday that bureau staff are issued with security-enhanced cellphones made by a local smartphone vendor and use a local telecommunication service provider.
Taipei, Sept. 27 (CNA) China 's cyber hacking of Taiwanese websites could be more serious than has been officially reported, Taiwan's intelligence chief said Thursday. Tsai De-sheng, director-general of the National Security Bureau (NSB), confirmed