Waging cyber war without a rulebook | FCW


The U.S. government is currently engaged in disputes with at least four other countries — Iran, North Korea, Russia and China — over a series of recent hacks, intrusions and cyberattacks dating back five years.

In cases like Iran and North Korea, some worry the situation is potentially one precipitating incident away from breaking out into military conflict.

The federal government lacks a commonly understood framework for the type and scope of actions that would or would not qualify as an act of war in cyberspace.

Source: Waging cyber war without a rulebook — FCW

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