DHS secretary says US must fight back on hacking attacks
Complacency is being replaced by consequences.
We will not stand on the sidelines while our networks are compromised.
We will not abide the theft of our data, our innovations, and our resources.
And we will not tolerate cyber meddling aimed at the heart of our democracy.
So I look forward to learning more about the accord and working with the 30 companies and hopefully who have signed up.
But we have to voluntarily come together in the absence of true rules and regulations in the cyber realm to agree on what is appropriate and what is not appropriate now.
Where are those red lines.
We need to get to those terms
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