The arrest warrant for the Bundestag hacker represents a new German response to cyberattacks – and has potentially major implications
Digital immunity passports may speed up the return to normality in the face of COVID-19. But they also carry significant risks.
Application of international law in cyberspace remains controversial. Are we asking the right questions?
Political and legal responses to election interference have been timid: is international law the only viable way forward?
In dealing with cyber attacks against healthcare institutions, states should rely on international law and strengthen the obligation of due diligence.
The European Union aspires to become a leader in producing, adopting and governing new digital technologies such as blockchain and Distributed Ledger technologies (DLT). One strategically important step to achieving this goal is taking a leading role in shaping the rules and standards governing these technologies. Without a strong foothold in setting standards; the EU’s role as an innovative and competitive …
Alors que les menaces de la cybersécurité mettent en péril la souveraineté, la normalisation numérique se trouve prise dans le maelström de la géopolitique.
As cybersecurity threats put sovereignty at risk, digital standardisation is getting caught in the maelstrom of geopolitics. The 5G debate – the “geopolitical moment” in the digital transition – showed that most governments largely ignored standardisation at their peril. What is needed is a revised governance of standardisation that is fit for global collaboration and that respects sovereignty. The Financial …