Cybersecurity Law

Cybersecurity law “promotes the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of public and private information, systems, and networks, through the use of forward-looking regulations and incentives, with the goal of protecting individual rights and privacy, economic interests, and national security” (Koseff, 2018). This web site provides context to this definition. – David Gilberts, JD, MBA, MS Cybersecurity

References

Koseff, J. (2018). Defining Cybersecurity Law. Retrieved from https://ilr.law.uiowa.edu/print/volume-103-issue-3/defining-cybersecurity-law/