16.3 – International Law & Policy

16.3 – International Law & Policy
Recently, many countries have quickly realized that no strong international arrangements and treaties are readily available, or could prevent them against cyber-attacks. This lack of any international binding arrangement on cybersecurity, combined with the insights grasped from the Edward Snowden revelations, encouraged nations into taking actions. Different nations started doing several variations and combinations of policy measures, all intended at securing and maintaining the security of their networks and computer systems. In this section, we would examine some national cyber laws and acts. Cyber Law And Policy Of Nigeria The Cybercrimes (Prohibition, Prevention, Etc) Act (2015) provides an effective, unified…
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