Washington is not going to warn Moscow about cyberattacks, said White House press secretary Jen Psaki.
According to her, at the recent summit in Geneva, US President Joe Biden mentioned the hacker attacks on American facilities, for which they blame Russia is. In Psaki’s words, if these attacks continue, Moscow will answer for them; and in this case, Washington will act without warning, she added.
"The President was being clear: These are areas where, you know, we will be watching, and we will reserve the option of consequences," she said at Monday’s press briefing.
Also, the White House spokesperson was asked why Biden did not give Russian President Vladimir Putin a list of targets inside of Russia that the US would target if another cyberattack does take place in the UN. In response, Psaki said that the US does not “preview” its “punches.”