Red Cross Creates Rules for Civilian Hackers in Conflict Zones

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has taken a new step to regulate the activities of civilian hackers in conflict zones. To address the rise in the involvement of civilian hackers in inter-state conflicts, the ICRC has come up with eight directives to ensure that these hackers don’t end up harming non-combatants….
By: Robinson+Cole Data Privacy + Security Insider
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