Category: Global Cybersecurity Policy & Law

16.4 – Legal Process & Punishment

Internet technology is becoming increasingly more innovative with amalgam of opportunities to make money. Where there is more money, definitely there are more chances of cybercrimes, punishable by legal processes.  Across nations in their different Information Acts, the overriding message…
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…
16.2 – National Cybersecurity Policy & Law

Cybersecurity is a very difficult procedure which requires both technological and legal capabilities to manage. Around the world, the legal elements are very challenging because there is no easy way to deal with a global problem at local levels. Also,…
16.1 – Information Warfare & Legal Issues

For years, and across nations, military bureaucrats have become worried of the possibilities that a foreign rival might strike their communications networks, computers, and databases. They have reasoned that the age of warfare done within the nexus of information has…
16.0 – Cyberspace & Cybercrimes

Security of data is in everyone’s best interest. It can only be accomplished with mutual power. Cyber threats are global issues, and so handling them must be global too. The fast developments of computing systems and networks have provided opportunities…