- 01 июня 2011, 23:43
- Washington Post. Politics
LONDON — America’s new cyber czar said Wednesday that international law and cooperation — not another treaty — was enough to tackle cybersecurity issues for now.
Christopher Painter, coordinator for cyber issues for the State Department, declined to comment on a Wall Street Journal report suggesting that the Pentagon was considering a policy to classify some cyberattacks coming from another country as acts of war. He said most of the reports were based on “things that are not released, haven’t been released or haven’t been discussed.”Read full article >>