February 13, 2019 | Defense One

Cyber Deterrence Done Right: The Coordinated Actions Against Huawei

By marshalling the collective power of its allies, the U.S. may have finally found a model for imposing costs on cyber adversaries.
February 13, 2019 | Defense One

Cyber Deterrence Done Right: The Coordinated Actions Against Huawei

By marshalling the collective power of its allies, the U.S. may have finally found a model for imposing costs on cyber adversaries.

Excerpt

An arrest in Canada. Another in Poland. Government bans in CanberraWellington, and Tokyo. Corporate snubs and ostracism in South KoreaBritainGermany, and France. The loss of purchase orders by one of the world’s largest wireless providers. And now a 13-count indictment by the U.S. Justice Department. It has been a bad few months for Chinese telecommunication titan Huawei. Unleashing the collective power of its democratic allies, the United States may have finally found the formula for imposing real costs on its cyber adversaries.

Issues:

Blockchain and Digital Currencies China Cyber Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare Iran Iran Global Threat Network Iran Sanctions Sanctions and Illicit Finance