International Cyber Law + Policy Program
The CSCIS International Cyber Law and Policy program promotes best practice exchanges between nations and experts.
The core mission is to enhance collective knowledge and awareness of 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.
The centre provides leadership on cyber law and policy challenges− our advisors’ depth of knowledge in multiple domains allows C/ICLP to stay attuned to the latest developments and trends in national cyber-strategies, policy developments, and legal and jurisdictional matters involving:
- Industrial Espionage & Organized Crime
- Terrorists & Hactivists
- National Cyber Warfare Programs
- International Law of Cyber Operations
- Jus ad bellum – the international law governing the resort to force by States as an instrument of their national policy
- Jus in bello – the international law regulating the conduct of armed conflict, laws of war, alsolabeledinternational humanitarian law (IHL)
The program offers a unique forum where 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. It provides a setting where governments and private sector stakeholders can compare policy and program experiences, seek answers to common problems, and identify good practice and work to coordinate domestic and international cyber law policies.