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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Michael Dubose
A private security company on Tuesday accused China's military of launching cyberattacks on 115 U.S. companies, including defense contractors, highlighting the need for a more robust response to China's suspected role and security procedures.
"The level of evidence required is quite high," said Michael DuBose, an executive with global security firm Kroll and a former federal prosecutor.
Unlike senior PLA officers, "they must do business in jurisdictions other than China, in jurisdictions where they are reachable," he said of such companies.