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Bank Info Security featured Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes in "US Pulls Back Curtain on Russian Cyber Operations"

04/20/2021

Bank Info Security featured Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes in "US Pulls Back Curtain on Russian Cyber Operations"

"One could argue that sanctions against Russia have been rather limited in comparison to our other adversaries," says Darren Hayes, associate professor at the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems at Pace University in New York. "The SolarWinds compromise has potentially cost U.S. businesses billions in damages, and consequently, many will view these latest sanctions as long overdue."

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Bank Info Security featured Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes in "White House Preparing 'Executive Action' "After SolarWinds Attack

02/19/2021

Bank Info Security featured Seidenberg Professor Darren Hayes in "White House Preparing 'Executive Action' "After SolarWinds Attack

Darren Hayes, associate professor at the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems at Pace University in New York, also notes that the U.S. government could impose economic or other sanctions against those it deems responsible for the SolarWinds attack. "The Biden administration should strongly consider increased sanctions," Hayes says. "Attribution for cyberattacks were historically problematic, especially because countries like China and Russia would use unofficial groups in their country to launch these attacks. Ultimately, we know that these governments have sanctioned cyberattacks that align with their policies."

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