May 28, 2023
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The Police Administration reveals the evolution and changes of China’s cyber-army attacks on Taiwan, and proposes 5 steps to investigate information security incidents

In early August last year, during the visit of former U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan, not only the websites of the Presidential Palace, the Ministry of Defense, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs were successively attacked by DDoS attacks from the Chinese cyber army, but even convenience stores and public transportation tools that are common in people’s lives. All were hacked, including the digital signages of 7-11 and Taiwan Railway, which were hacked and replaced with various simplified Chinese characters. The Police Department of the Ministry of the Interior, which is responsible for the unified command and supervision of police agencies across the country in carrying out criminal investigation tasks, was put on emergency information security alert. Lin Jianlong, Director of the Information Office of the Police Department of the Ministry of the Interior, was in charge of the command to guard the information security of the police agencies in law enforcement. Wire.

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