Cyber attacks that might have constituted an “act of war” went unpunished by the U.S. over the last decade, leading to a more dangerous cyber environment, according to a top Navy admiral.
“We’ve had an awful lot of examples of what, 10 years ago, we assumed would be construed as an act of war,” Vice Adm. Jan Tighe said Thursday. “And, in a lot of cases, there has not been a response, either a military response or a diplomatic response.”
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