Tag: journal of law and cyber warfare

What Mark Zuckerberg’s Password Hack Says About Cybersecurity

It’s about more than just improving it. Did you just get a notification from another Fortune 500 company asking you to change of all your passwords? If not, you will soon enough. It’s almost fashionable to become the victim of a data breach these days, or at least you’d think

Latest Developments on China’s Cybersecurity Regulation

Regional regulations are affecting cross-border data flows, whether motivated by protection of user privacy, control over the Internet, or otherwise. Europe and the U.S. have sought to protect cross-border data flows between the two regions through the U.S.-E.U. Privacy Shield. .  At the same time, there is a growing sense

New FCC Rules Will Protect Undersea Cables From Natural Disaster and Cyberwarfare

It’s easy to forget about the submarine cables that lie beneath our oceans, but without them, the world would come to a standstill. The cables that connect six of the Earth’s continents are vitally important, accounting for more than 95 percent of phone calls, internet service, and data traffic between