Jody Westby

Global Cyber Risk

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CEO of Global Cyber Risk, a private security consultancy in Washington, DC, and chair of the American Bar Association's Privacy and Computer Crime Committee

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The Pentagon is about to make public its conclusion that computer sabotage from another country can be an act of war, possibly justifying a military response.

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