January 17, 2016
In each installment of “CGI Asks,” a selection of experts respond to a question on the latest developments related to Russia and Eurasia.
In the wake of alleged Russian involvement in hacking the Democratic National Committee, we asked experts whether a U.S.-Russia cybersecurity agreement — similar to a Russia-China cyber pact reached in 2015 — could help deter future attacks.
Tyson Barker, Senior Research Fellow, Brandenburg Institute for Society and Security (Germany)
Raw nerves following the DNC hack and intelligence community reports would make a U.S.-Russia cyber agreement tough. Congress, public opinion and even some within Trump’s administration will …read more
Source: Center on Global Interests