The U.S. may have to operate in allied networks to adequately check its adversaries. Allies may not be so keen.
Max Smeets is a cybersecurity postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC). He is also a non-resident cybersecurity policy fellow at New America and Research Associate at the Centre for Technology & Global Affairs, University of Oxford. Smeets’ current book project focuses on the causes underlying cyber proliferation and restraint.
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