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Former NSC Cyber Head Calls for Global Cyber Treaty

​"In his speech, Clarke called for an international treaty to put certain entities off-limits to cyber attacks, require signatory nations to pass laws enforcing such norms and enable the United Nations Security Council to impose sanctions on violator nations, as it did when Iran was found to be violating the International Atomic Energy Agency safeguards against nuclear proliferation. Noting that President Xi Jinping of China and President Obama signed an agreement last fall that in principle bans either government from cyber theft of the other nation’s intellectual property, Clarke said banking, hospitals and aviation should be put off-limits as well."

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