Following Edward Snowden's revelations, Beijing has kickstarted its domestic cyber-security industry. But there's still a long way to go.
The two leaders have an opportunity to establish some ground rules at their meeting in California.
A red telephone for the Internet age, and four other ways cybersecurity in the People's Republic could move ahead in 2013
What mini-celebrity officials like Gao Yuan of the Beijing Public Security Bureau's Cybersecurity Defense Division reveal about Chinese cyber security.
Beijing believes it has a real interest in trying to shape online discussions, but can spamming people work?
China, Japan, and others are developing informal teams of patriotic hackers to defend their nations.
What the country's web restrictions mean for its foreign policy
Chinese analysts are writing about how their country should approach what one author calls "cyber war mobilization"
Public statements from China's cybersecurity experts also call for a version of international cooperation, but lament accusations that China is behind cyberattacks