Legal regulation of cybersecurity

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Darius Štitilis;
  • Publisher: Mykolas Romeris University
  • Journal: Socialinės technologijos [elektroninis išteklius],volume 2,013,issue 3 (1),pages189-207 (issn: 2029-7564)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.13165/ST-13-3-1-13
  • Subject: Lithuania ; Cybersecurity ; Cybersecurity, cybersecurity strategy, cyber defence ; Electronic information security | legal regulation | Information technology | T58.5-58.64 | cybersecurity

Cybercrime has become a global phenomenon, which is causing more harm to individual citizens, organizations, society and the state. Most countries in the world compare cybercrime with offences such as terrorism and drug trafficking due to its risks and profitability. Cy... View more
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