The Epoch Times covers the Atlantic Council’s Cyber Risk Wednesday event and quotes Cyber Statecraft Initiative Nonresident Senior Fellow Jason Healey on the informal rules of espionage that evolved during the Cold War and what they mean for today’s cyber espionage:

Jason Healey, senior fellow, at the Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative, said that during the Cold War an understanding arose over the years about what was acceptable and what went too far in espionage. For instance, “We would never kill a Russian [spy] and they would never kill an American spy,” he said.

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