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This [[Executive Order]] permits the U.S. Government to block the property and interest in property of any person or entity it finds to be responsible for or complicit in, [[cyber]]-enabled activities originating from, or directed by persons located, outside the United States that are reasonably likely to result in a significant [[threat]] to the [[national security]], [[foreign policy]], or economic health or financial stability of the United States.
 
This [[Executive Order]] permits the U.S. Government to block the property and interest in property of any person or entity it finds to be responsible for or complicit in, [[cyber]]-enabled activities originating from, or directed by persons located, outside the United States that are reasonably likely to result in a significant [[threat]] to the [[national security]], [[foreign policy]], or economic health or financial stability of the United States.
   
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The order declares "significant malicious cyber-enabled activities" a "national emergency" and enables the [[Secretary of the Treasury]] to target foreign individuals and entities that take part in the illicit [[cyberactivity]] for sanctions that could include freezing their financial assets and barring commercial transactions with them.
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The order declares "significant malicious cyber-enabled activities" a "national emergency" and enables the [[Treasury Secretary]] to target foreign individuals and entities that take part in the illicit [[cyberactivity]] for sanctions that could include freezing their financial assets and barring commercial transactions with them.
   
 
The [[Treasury Department]]'s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) will maintain the list of Specially Designated Nationals (SDNs) as the foreign [[cyber attacker]]s become known.
 
The [[Treasury Department]]'s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) will maintain the list of Specially Designated Nationals (SDNs) as the foreign [[cyber attacker]]s become known.

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