Protecting U.S. cyber networks could create some turf conflicts, suggests a recent report by the Congressional Research Service (CRS). "The unique nature of cyberspace raises new jurisdictional issues as U.S. Cyber Command organizes, trains, and equips its forces to protect the networks that undergird critical infrastructure," CRS says in the report, released in December. "International law governing cyberspace operations is evolving, and may have gaps for determining the ...

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