Analysis

New WH Cyber Strategy Talks Big Game, But Has Big Holes

Law360 (October 3, 2018, 8:13 PM EDT) -- The White House's newly unveiled national cybersecurity strategy takes the long-awaited step of adding digital combat to the top of America's foreign policy agenda, but it's unclear how its aggressive rhetoric will play out in practice, former federal officials say.

A 40-page report released by the Trump administration in late September included several ideas that cybersecurity experts in both the public and private sectors have long embraced, including forming an international cyber deterrence initiative to enforce global cybersecurity norms and boosting security requirements for federal contractors.

Other ideas outlined in the report — like its warning that it is authorizing offensive...

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