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British Attorney General Jeremy Wright delivered public remarks describing the U.K. position on cyber and international law. This is an important step in developing and defending interpretations of existing international frameworks as applied to cyber.
Ben Buchanan's new Aegis paper examines how the NOBUS approach works, its limits, and what comes next.
The Obama-Xi cybersecurity agreement shows that the private sector can both demonstrate and encourage state compliance with such agreements.
With the attention of the United States and its allies at present focused on North Korea's nuclear activity, North Korea potentially has greater latitude to act aggressively in the cyber realm, especially against the private sector.
Today a bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced in both the House and Senate a bill that would formalize the Vulnerability Equities Process (VEP) into law.
An overview of recent developments affecting U.S.-China cross-border digital trade.
Our new Carnegie white paper proposes that countries explicitly commit to refraining from using offensive cyber tools that could undermine financial stability.
Thoughts on the international law dimensions of the Defense Science Board’s Task Force Report on Cyber Deterrence and Joseph Nye’s article on Deterrence and Dissuasion in Cyberspace.
In advance of the fourth round of the U.S.-China High-Level Joint Dialogue on Cybercrime and Related Issues, expected to take place in 2017, Ron Cheng summarizes broader U.S.-China cooperative efforts to combat transnational cybercrime.