No sarcastic answers, please.
Does Russia hacking the U.S. election count as an “act of war”? During a recent Senate hearing, the director of National Intelligence suggested it might be. What exactly is an “act of war”? Malicious software can do major damage. And tampering with our elections is an attack on our democracy. But at what point would the U.S. respond militarily to malware?
- Sen. Mike Rounds R-South Dakota
- Laura Galante Former director of global intelligence, FireEye: a cyber security company; former cyber threat intelligence analyst, Department of Defense
- David Rothkopf CEO and editor, FP group, which publishes Foreign Policy Magazine; author of "Great Questions of Tomorrow" and "National Insecurity: American Leadership in an Age of Fear"
- Cynthia Dion-Schwarz Senior scientist, RAND Corporation
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