Should Companies be Allowed to ‘Hack Back’ after a Cyberattack

Matthew.Rosenquist
Sep 30, 2018 · 4 min read
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Ret. General Hayden

Potential for Hack-Back Legislation

Hack Back Consequences

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Weaponizing Businesses

Simple Misdirection


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Matthew.Rosenquist

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Cybersecurity Strategist specializing in the evolution of threats, opportunities, and risks in pursuit of optimal security

Data Driven Investor

from confusion to clarity not insanity

Matthew.Rosenquist

Written by

Cybersecurity Strategist specializing in the evolution of threats, opportunities, and risks in pursuit of optimal security

Data Driven Investor

from confusion to clarity not insanity

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