Your Business Expert in China Security
Welcome to Madeira Security Consulting, Inc.
Are you seeking business opportunities in China, but are uncertain where to start?
Or are you already established in China, but are running into agonizing problems?
Do you need to solve security problems, but are not yet ready to hire a full-time equivalent as a security manager?
Helping American businesses in China is our passion in life, and we have a broad background doing so.
We know how to define market opportunities in China through long experience living and working there.
- Theft of intellectual property and physical assets
- Hostile action by the host government
- Security mishaps while on company travel
- Assault and other violence in the workplace, or in the neighborhood
We identify threats and risks, write plans to minimize them, and train people already on staff to implement the plans.
Matt is the founder of Madeira Consulting. He lived most of his professional life in Asia and has over 20 years of experience in international trade promotion, security, and counterintelligence.
Matt passion is assisting American businesses to keep facilities and people safe, create jobs, and build a better society. One of his specialties is tailoring both conventional and cyber security efforts to fit the client’s requirements and work in tandem with each other.
Founder at Madeira Security Consulting; Fellow, The Jamestown Foundation
China Security Consulting
Foreign Operations Planning
A new cartoon in Chinese urges young students in the PRC to be aware of foreign attempts to gather intelligence from ordinary Chinese people - via email entrapment. In the story, a student tells his classroom about dad's mistake in promising photos of his munitions...
INSKEEP: You’re saying, is China buying innovative companies in the United States?
PHILLIPS: A hundred percent. They’re doing that in semiconductors in a big way – robotics, AI. For example, Baidu, the leading – basically, the Google of China – they have, for several years now, significant research facilities in Silicon Valley. U.S. companies can’t do that here. And that’s just a microcosm of the broader issue of – Chinese firms can utilize the open systems of the U.S. and the EU and elsewhere, whereas getting the access here to do the same is either totally blocked off …
Companies and individuals using the Web in China should carefully read the Caixin article from 25 January, “Beijing Says Multinationals Need Not Fear VPN Crackdown.” Just in case it is dropped later, some key points, albeit not the entire article, are extracted...