Cyber attacks are posing ever more serious economic and national security risks to the United States. In Active Cyber Defense: A Framework for Policymakers, CNAS Senior Fellow and Director of the Program on Technology and U.S. National Security Dr. Irving Lachow urges policymakers to provide guidance and clarity on an intensifying debate about active cyber defense (ACD).
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