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British cybersecurity center promotes 'active defense' benefits to encourage broader adoption

February 09, 2018 |
Rick Weber
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The British government has released a report that documents recent steps to actively defend against cyber attacks, including taking down corrupted servers, in an effort to encourage broader use of what some in the U.S. and elsewhere would say are controversial measures.

“The work we have done already seems to show that these measures have a security benefit, but we need to incentivise others to do similar things in order to scale the benefits to protect the [United Kingdom] from...


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