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Don’t Count On U.S.-China Cyber Deal

October 12, 2015

“It’s a start,” is the best LeClairRyan attorney Andrew Narod can say about the recently announced China-U.S. agreement to curtail cyber-theft of intellectual property. The agreement also, or primarily, included a more believable promise to avoid malicious damage to infrastructure, something the author maintains is unlikely anyway. Bottom line: “When conducting a cybersecurity cost-benefit analysis, it appears that little consideration – if any – should be given to the U.S.-China cybersecurity agreement.”

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