The Evolving Face of Cyber Conflict and International Law: A Futurespective

Emily Parkin

Since the inception of the internet, criminals, non-state actors and states have leveraged the inherent insecurities and vulnerabilities of cyberspace at an ever-increasing rate and with ever-more harmful impact. Data theft, ransomware attacks and critical infrastructure disruptions, to name a few, are now near daily occurrences. Notwithstanding the immense societal risks these activities present, a growing […]

Companies Face Stricter Cyber Rules in 2022

Emily Parkin

Attacks against critical infrastructure operators, government agencies and private companies spurred President Joe Biden’s administration to significant action on cybersecurity in 2021. This year, security chiefs face further cyber reforms, a workforce shortage, and ongoing threats from ransomware groups. A May presidential executive order dramatically shifted what had been a […]