Sasha Romanosky

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Sasha Romanosky, PhD, is a policy researcher at the RAND Corporation where he researches topics on the economics of security and privacy, national security, applied microeconomics, and law & economics. He is a former Cyber Policy Advisor at the Department of Defense, and co-author of the Common Vulnerability Scoring System, an international standard for scoring computer vulnerabilities.

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Cyber & Technology

What Is Cyber Collateral Damage? And Why Does It Matter?

In the world of kinetic military operations, collateral damage is typically straightforward to assess because of well-established definitions, well-understood weapon characteristics, and reasonably well-defined legal and policy frameworks. Sasha Romanosky and Zachary Goldman discuss the challenges of extending this framework to cyberattacks with non-physical consequences.