United States of America, China, and Russia
Recognizing the security issues we face in the world at large, posing threats to our prosperity and security; international trade, military, and technology secrets being stolen through cyber espionage. This threat comes at a time when the international economy is suffering and cutting edge technology is a key element in the growth of national economies. Recognizing these threats affect national businesses and research institutions because valuable and sensitive information is being stored at an increasing rate online. Accessing this data is easily accomplished through unauthorized breaches of computer systems. With the increase of sensitive information being stored online, foreign nations and third-party actors such can conduct cyber-attacks on those systems without detection. Recognizing that these cyber-attacks from sovereign nations carry their own political risks, the minimization of the attacks and the respect of other nations’ rights is vital to maintain amicable international relations. Affirming it is the national policy of the signatory countries, the United States of America, China and Russia, to not conduct aggressive cyber actions on other international entities and to work together to provide economic growth within our own nations. If any signatory nation is in need of assistance to improve technological growth, all parties will agree to assist. The signing parties have agreed as follows:
For the purpose of this Treaty it shall be understood that:
(a) The United States/U.S. means the United States of America (b) China means the People’s Republic of China
(c) Russia means the Russian Federation
(d) The Commission means the International Cyber Boundary and Non-Aggression Commission, United States, China and Russia, as described in Article 2 of this Treaty.
The Cyber International Boundary and...