The ROE for State-Sponsored Cyber Attacks

Sure. The Geneva Convention has kept savagery out of war. Why won’t this?

State-sponsored cyber-attacks must avoid sensitive civilian targets such as hospitals, dams, dykes and nuclear power stations, according to an advisory manual on cyber-warfare written for Nato, which predicts that online attacks could in future trigger full-blown military conflicts.

Rules of cyberwar: don’t target nuclear plants or hospitals, says Nato manual | World news | The Guardian

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