Cyber Attribution: Can a New Institution Achieve Transnational Credibility?
|Title:||Cyber Attribution: Can a New Institution Achieve Transnational Credibility?|
|Publication Date:||April 2019|
|Published In:||Cyber Defense Review|
This paper argues that authoritative attribution of cyberattacks to nation-state actors requires more than purely technical solutions. New, credible institutions are needed to develop procedural checks and balances that will make attribution more than one nation pointing its finger at an adversary.
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