Dickey Director on the Hacking of Sony

Dickey Center Director Daniel Benjamin was interviewed by Politico Magazine for his response to the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment, purportedly by North Korean agents, and Sony's initial decision to not release the movie "The Interview". Benjamin noted, "I guess I would consider this a little less of a national security issue than having one country wipe out most of Saudi Aramco’s computers in an afternoon, because that’s a grave threat to international trade. But, yeah, it’s a significant deal.” Benjamin also noted that the incident would likely prompt calls from members of Congress to put North Korea back on the State Department's list of official state sponsors of terrorism.

Read the full article on Politico's website.

 

 

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