The year 2020 has seen dramatic developments in the history of the world. A public health emergency, which began in one part of the world, has today engulfed the entire world. The said public health emergency has become so huge that it has instilled massive fear and panic amongst the hearts of all citizens and stakeholders. Countries have experienced lockdowns, economies has come to a grinding halt and jobs are being lost with each passing day.
During the public health emergency period of 2020, there has been a massive increase in cybersecurity breaches all over the world. These increasing cybersecurity breaches have compelled different stakeholders to come up with their own national cybersecurity legal frameworks and approaches, to deal with emerging challenges of cybersecurity breaches.
This book seeks to examine the evolving growth and further development of cybersecurity law jurisprudence in 2020, the year of the public health emergency.