10 ways to prevent cyberconflict

By , Staff writer

Define what a cyberwar is

Scott Weber, a partner at the Washington, D.C., law firm Patton Boggs, wants the international community to clarify such things as when a cyberattack becomes an act of war and who can be held accountable for it. Then existing war protocols, such as the Geneva Convention and United Nations protections, could be applied to cyberconflicts.

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