Talk:Scenario 02: Cyber espionage against government departments

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This is a sample comment. Kubomacak (talk) 18:34, 17 October 2018 (UTC)

Comments and questions in addition to text edits

The topic is an important one and the scenario is well-written. Believe it needs to be fleshed-out somewhat.Corrections are in the text, comments and questions below.

(1) Keyword "privacy" added because of the personnel emails being hacked and personal details published: privacy rights are implicated.

(2)"an email server and several other servers belonging to its Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) have been infiltrated" - where are the servers located? If we're testing diplomatic law, important to note that the servers are both on state territory and in diplomatic / consular missions abroad.

(3) "Nobody claims responsibility for the attack immediately after the MFA's discovery of the incident and publication of the fact that it has occurred." - is the addition ok? Otherwise - why would anyone claim responsibility, if there's been no public acknowledgement?