Politico quotes Cyber Statecraft Initiative Nonresident Senior Fellow Jason Healey on the long-awaited rules and regulations of cyber diplomacy among nations:

The agreement on norms that the US government has successfully lobbied for, however, suggests the US does maintain significant influence in the world of cyber diplomacy, despite anger over larger foreign policy issues, analysts said.

“Even in the face of all the ways these countries can distrust each other, we still have stuff to agree on,” said Jason Healey, a senior fellow and former director at the Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative. “That, to me, is really the important message out of this. As crappy as the world has been the last two years … that we can still find stuff to agree on is a wonderful bellwether for maybe we’re starting to come to terms and have more agreement on this.”

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