Cyberwar countermeasures a waste of money, says report


WHEN the writer of an infamous book for hackers says we should stop panicking about cyberwar, expect even the most security-conscious to take notice. “Governments should take a calm, disciplined approach and evaluate the risks of each type of attack very carefully,” says Peter Sommer of the London School of Economics. In 1985, Sommer published the infamous Hacker’s Handbook, writing under the pseudonym Hugo Cornwall. He has now co-authored a report for the OECD which warns governments against swallowing wholesale stories about “cyberwar” and “cyberweapons”. Published on 17 January,
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