As much of the world now knows, Mandia did go public with "APT1: Exposing One of China's Cyber Espionage Units." What hasn't been told until now is the story of Kevin Mandia: How he became one of America's top private cybersleuths, how he laid the groundwork for the report's release, and how he and his firm, Mandiant, are dealing with the subsequent political fallout. He spoke exclusively with Fortune amid an intensifying drumbeat of news around online spying, data mining, and espionage.
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