Lisa Monaco on White House deterrence policy: There needs to be a set of international norms around cyber behavior
Speaking at the Washington Post’s Cybersecurity Summit on Thursday, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security Lisa Monaco said the White House has a framework in place for responding to cyberattacks. “When countries violate those norms, there’s an isolation of that country,” Monaco said. “There’s an agreement that you can impose sanctions.” Noting the sensitivity in revealing classified information, Monaco said that if making attribution public is in the country’s interest, “we will do so.”
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