Jason Healey, the Saltzman Institute’s new Senior Research Scholar in cyber policy, authored a column that was published today in the Christian Science Monitor. The piece, titled “#CyberDeflategate and the beginning of sports hacking,” addresses the recent accusations that officials from the St. Louis Cardinals hacked into the internal networks and databases of the Houston Astros. Healey discusses what separates this particular cheating scandal from others that have arisen in the world of professional athletics — namely, what the legal implications of such cyber-security cheating would be.

Read the piece here.