publication . Article . 2013

Legal regulation of cybersecurity

Darius Štitilis;
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  • Published: 01 Aug 2013 Journal: Social Technologies, volume 3, pages 189-207 (eissn: 2029-7564, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Mykolas Romeris University
  • Country: Lithuania
Abstract
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. Cybersecurity is the central category to fight cybercrime in cyberspace. Therefore, the strategic legal regulation of cybersecurity is one of the most relevant problems in EU, including Lithuania. So far cybersecurity legal regulation analysis in scientific literature has been rather limited. The European Commission, together with the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security...
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free text keywords: cybersecurity, legal regulation, Lithuania ; Cybersecurity ; Cybersecurity, cybersecurity strategy, cyber defence ; Electronic information security, Kibernetinis saugumas, Teisinis reguliavimas, 01S - Teisė, Socialinės politikos fakultetas, Security policy, Harm, Computer security, computer.software_genre, computer, Foreign policy, Directive, Information security, Cyberspace, Public relations, business.industry, business, Cybercrime, Political science, Cyber-security regulation, lcsh:Information technology, lcsh:T58.5-58.64
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