nonattributable

nonattributable

(ˌnɒnəˈtrɪbjʊtəbəl)
adj
not capable of being attributed to a particular source or cause
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(3) In his work, Dipert articulated three of the most challenging aspects of OCO: operations can be nonattributable, defenses are expensive and failure-prone, and there are no rare or exotic components in OCO weapons that could inhibit their proliferation.
A different perspective on breast cancer risk factors: some implications of the nonattributable risk.
Despite the lack of a substantive connection between the orchestrators of -the cyberattacks and the Russian government, this nonattributable action was the first time cyberattacks and conventional military operations had worked together.
That expert, described by Attkisson as a "confidential source inside the government," discovered on her computer a piece of "commercial, nonattributable spyware that's proprietary to a government agency: either the CIA, FBI, the Defense Intelligence Agency, or the National Security Agency (NSA)." Not only that, but buried in the system files of her operating system (where she would be almost certain never to look)--there were three classified government documents.
in a manner that may be nonattributable. for a predetermined duration that limits collateral damage.
The focus group method of collecting internal feedback leads to a healthy, nonattributable dialog across functional, project, and hierarchical lines.
Metaphorically, that was a perfect expression of Reagan's policy--to warm and comfort those who embraced freedom and to burn--through economic sanctions, covert aid, aggressive rhetoric, propaganda broadcasts, and other nonattributable instrumentalities--those who tried to suppress it.
If an overt strategy of credible cyber debilitation were allowed to openly develop, then most of the problems mentioned above would be inconsequential to the proper functioning of the virtual global commons--multilateral or bilateral, individuals or groups, national governments or private corporations, clearly defined adversaries or anonymous, nonattributable attacks.
Classifying such conduct as nonattributable to the entity of the state produces results contrary to the intentions underlying the suggestion to deny attributability to the state.
Thus, within a year of countenancing nonattributable references to my work, Analytical Biochemistry invited me to resubmit, and the article was published straightaway.
Military intelligence officers describe their Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps counterparts' strategy as one of using 'nonattributable attacks' by proxy forces to maximize deniability.
The nonattributable plans created a zero coding on both party relation variables and were considered neutral or pivotal in the model.