U.S. Military Symposium Will Mull Role Of 'Extended Deterrence' In Cyberspace

By Christopher J. Castelli / July 24, 2015 at 3:52 PM
Inside Cybersecurity -- The U.S. military command tasked with identifying ways to deter Russia, China, Iran and North Korea in cyberspace will host a panel discussion next week on whether the United States can discourage cyber attacks against international allies. U.S. Strategic Command, which oversees U.S. Cyber Command, will host its sixth annual deterrence symposium July 29-30 in La Vista, NE, including a panel discussion on the question, "Does the concept of extended deterrence apply in space and cyberspace?"...

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