The New York Times reported on the developing challenges in confronting cybersecurity challenges with government bodies in an article about the differing approaches between Russia and the U.S.: “The United States and Russia are locked in a fundamental dispute over how to counter the growing threat of cyberwar attacks that could wreak havoc on computer systems and the Internet. ” The countries’ political leaders will meet later this week, which may result in higher levels of cooperation between law enforcement agencies on an international level, more discussion around treaties, or absolutely nothing at all. We’ll be watching.
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