Cyber Law & International Policy
CSCIS examine the exchanges between nations and current trends in the ever evolving and challenging landscape of the rule of law a propos States, cyberspace, jurisdiction and control and its associated relationship to International Law of Cyber Operations.
Also explored are how the public-private sector participates in the development and promulgation of a comprehensive array of plans and protocols to create a secure cyber infrastructure by using technical standards, capacity building, and legal measures where governments and private sector stakeholders can compare policy and programme experiences.
CSCIS examines and the development of cybercrime legislation that is globally applicable and inter operable with existing national and regional legislative measures and partners with legal practitioners, policymakers and technical experts to develop a practical instrument that countries can use to develop a cybersecurity legal framework and related laws.
CSCIS also examines current international and domestic legal structures to see how they might apply to cyber attacks and consider analogies to other domains of conflict to develop relevant insights. Of special interest to the military, intelligence, law enforcement, and homeland security communities.