Cyber security slowly is beginning to achieve centre stage attention. Various cyber security breaches in different parts of the world have convinced almost all stakeholders that there is a need for having in place legal frameworks to address the growing menace of cyber security breaches. It is in this regard that cyber security law as a jurisprudential subject is beginning to evolve. The said subject is coming up as a distinct discipline within the overall umbrella of Cyberlaw jurisprudence.
Given today’s ground realities where there is no one international agreement on cyber security, it is imperative to appreciate that different developments are taking place in different parts of the world which are all contributing in their own unique way to the further development and evolution of cyber security law jurisprudence. This eBook seeks to examine some of the important developments that are taking place in different parts of the world which are contributing to the evolution and growth of cyber security law jurisprudence. This eBook further seeks to encapsulate the collective cumulative learning from all these developments and has further sought to enunciate various principles which could form the basis for further development of cyber security law jurisprudence.
This eBook aims to examine some of the important legal, policy and regulatory challenges and issues pertaining to cyber security which need to.. (For more about the book Click Here)