Will U.S. sanctions against Russia fix cybersecurity?

A Russian aircraft lands at Dulles International Airport December 31, 2016, in Sterling, Virginia, just outside Washington, DC.
The special flight arrived to pickup Russian diplomats expelled by US President Barack Obama as part of sanctions imposed on Russia for suspected cyberattacks during the US election.   (Photo: PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images) The United States has finally announced a comprehensive package of responses to Russia’s 2016 influence operation against the U.S. elections. This is a significant response, but a closer reading of the package reveals four important lessons about what this means for deterrence, statecraft and cybersecurity. Read More

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