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Scholars lead push on developing independent, transnational centers to 'vet' cyber-attack attributions
A notable group of academics is developing what can be described as a peer-review process for attributions of cyber attacks, amid greater recognition of the effectiveness of private-sector efforts in the field and a closer examination of the relationship between attribution and deterrence.
“One of the things you have to face about governments, is that they may have an incentive either to mis-attribute to pursue some foreign policy or military objective, or to not make an attribution at all,” said...