Exam Type: Last Class Take-Home
Cybersecurity and cyber conflict pose unique legal problems for governments, companies and citizens, with profound implications for the future of the internet. Computer systems and networks remain vulnerable to cyberattacks, and sensitive commercial and government data continues to be leaked or stolen at increasing rates. This course will examine the legal problems confronting the international community, the United States government and the private sector as they address network and computer insecurity. Topics covered will include the international law of armed conflict, criminal law, regulation and its alternatives, along with the impact of malicious cyber activity and defensive measures on human rights, civil liberties and privacy.