Adapting To The Cyber Domain: Comparing US And UK Institutional, Legal, And Policy Innovations

by Robert Chesney
Tuesday, May 25, 2021
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This article explores the origins and evolution of the institutional, policy, and legal frameworks that define the defensive and offensive aspects of UK and US cyber strategies. There is a strong degree of convergence, particularly from a defense perspective, but there are also important variations, especially in the degree to which the countries’ most capable operators—the National Security Agency and the Government Communications Headquarters—are integrated into non-intelligence activities.

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Robert (Bobby) Chesney is a professor at the University of Texas School of Law and director of its Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law. He is a cofounder and contributor to the Lawfare blog and writes frequently on topics relating to cybersecurity policy and law.

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