John Carlin, assistant attorney general for national security, has a new law review article out in the Harvard National Security Journal, entitled: "Detect, Disrupt, Deter: A Whole-of-Government Approach to National Security Cyber Threats." In it, he argues that:
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Earlier this week, Lawfare’s Benjamin Wittes interviewed John Carlin at the Atlantic Council on National Security and the Cyber Threat Landscape. Carlin, the Assistant Attorney General for National Security, walks Ben and a live audience through recent changes in his division of the Justice Department, the U.S.
Assistant Attorneys General John Carlin (National Security Division) and Leslie Caldwell (Criminal Division) spoke last week at Roger Williams’ Cybersecurity conference, outlining an innovative approach to detecting, disrupting, and deterring cyber threats. Caldwell and Carlin cited two recent moves: (1) the U.S.-China agreement to forego theft of intellectual property, and (2) the recent arrest in Malaysia of Ardit Ferizi, a Kosovar who had hacked into U.S.