The EU Council has agreed to develop a framework for a joint EU diplomatic response to malicious cyber activities, which will if necessary include new sanctions measures under the CFSP. The EU’s agreement is a response to what it says is “the increased ability and willingness of state and non-state actors to pursue their objectives through malicious cyber activities”, and it said that states “should not knowingly allow their territory to be used for internationally wrongful acts using Information and Communication Technologies”. The Council’s press release is here.
Michael was called to the Bar in 1992 and prior to joining Peters & Peters was a senior specialist prosecutor at the Crown Prosecution Service Headquarters (CPS). He was a key member of a small specialist unit responsible for the prosecution of serious and high-profile fraud, terrorist,...See profile for Michael O'Kane >