Officials Use Language of War, Deterrence to Discuss US Response to Suspected Russian Hack
Causing 18,000 organizations, the vast majority of which were not actually targets of interest, to have to remediate and possibly rebuild their devices and networks represent a huge amount of collateral damage," Vectra's Oliver Tavakoli said. "Obviously, the concept of collateral damage exists on a spectrum – but we can probably all agree this attack was on the far end of the spectrum.
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