Russian intelligence agencies are blamed for a newly discovered major cyberattack on US government agencies and private companies that began in March. President Trump downplayed the gravity of the violation and launched the idea that China could be the culprit instead, but Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has blamed Russia, and Biden’s new administration says it is considering retaliatory measures beyond sanctions. Neil Walsh, director of cyber affairs for the United States Bureau of Drugs and Crime, speaks to Anne-Marie Green of CBSN AM about the ongoing investigation and the possible diplomatic ramifications.
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