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Public and Private Governance of Cybersecurity

Challenges and Potential

This book examines, through the interdisciplinary lenses of international relations and law, the limitations of cybersecurity governance frameworks and proposes solutions to address new cybersecurity challenges. Les mer

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This book examines, through the interdisciplinary lenses of international relations and law, the limitations of cybersecurity governance frameworks and proposes solutions to address new cybersecurity challenges. It approaches different angles of cybersecurity regulation, showing the importance of dichotomies as state vs market, public vs private, and international vs domestic. It critically analyses two dominant Internet regulation models, labelled as market-oriented and state-oriented. It pays particular attention to the role of private actors in cyber governance and contrasts the different motivations and modus operandi of different actors and states, including in the domains of public-private partnerships, international data transfers, regulation of international trade and foreign direct investments. The book also examines key global (within the United Nations) and regional efforts to regulate cybersecurity and explains the limits of domestic and international law in tackling cyberattacks. Finally, it demonstrates how geopolitical considerations and different approaches to human rights shape cybersecurity governance.

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Forlag
Cambridge University Press
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781009374538
Utgivelsesår
2023

Om forfatteren

Tomoko Ishikawa is Professor at Nagoya University in Japan. Her research focuses on legal issues that concern international investment and trade, as well as corporate environmental and human rights responsibility. Her professional experiences include serving as an Associate Judge at Tokyo District Court and holding the position of deputy director at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. Yarik Kryvoi is the Senior Fellow at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. He conducts research, leads projects and advises on law reform projects around the world and acts as an expert on international law, arbitration and corruption. Before moving to academia, he practiced international law with leading law firms in the United States and the United Kingdom.

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