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Should private companies be drafted in the cyber war?

Should private companies be drafted in the cyber war?

The report also found that when the adversary did get onto the Equifax network, they persisted for 76 days, quietly crawling across the network stealing customer records. This long “dwell time,” coupled with the lack of any monetization attempt, indicates the attacker is very likely a nation-state actor.

These two findings appear to indicate the government is on the record saying private companies should be responsible for defending against nation-state attacks.

So, what does this new assignment of responsibility and risk signaling mean for private companies looking to protect themselves in the future?

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