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Last week, the Washington Post reported that Russia hacked the Olympics network and tried to cast the blame on North Korea.

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Cyber attack attribution has long been a thorny problem. It is difficult to develop norms of international cyber behavior if attackers can hide behind plausible deniability. Microsoft recently proposed an independent international committee of experts to ascribe responsibility. The Kaspersky paper, however, questions whether absolute attribution is even possible. The paper, written by researchers Brian […]

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#attribution is the hottest word in #digital security. The term refers to identifying responsibility for an incident. What does it matter, though? Here are five reasons, derived from the five levels of strategic thought. I’ve covered those before, namely in The Limits of Tool- and Tactics-Centric Thinking. Note that the reasons I outline here are not […]

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