There is a new, secret White House document that may finally start codifying what an offensive cyber weapon is, who can generate it, what its legitimate targets are and who can authorize its use. The document, Presidential Policy Directive 20, signed in October, establishes a set of standards to guide the military and other federal agencies in responding to or perhaps pre-empting cyberattacks on U.S. military and commercial networks. To active cyber warriors and aerospace industry ...
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