Leiden Safety & Security Blog | Two Incompatible Approaches to Governing Cyberspace Hinder Global Consensus

Leiden Safety & Security Blog | Two Incompatible Approaches to Governing Cyberspace Hinder Global Consensus

New blog post / 16 May 2019

In this new blog post for the Leiden Safety and Security blog, our Visiting Fellow Josh Gold discusses how meaningful agreement on global norms for state behaviour in cyberspace seems unlikely, though that doesn't mean we shouldn't try.

Lucas Kello is Associate Professor of International Relations, serves as Director of the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs, and is also co-Director of the interdisciplinary Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security at the Department of Computer Science at University of Oxford.

Duncan Hollis is the Laura H. Carnell Professor of Law at Temple Law School, Temple University. He is an elected member of the American Law Institute.

Bibi van den Berg is Professor of Cybersecurity Governance within the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs.

Despite early optimism that marked the advent of the internet, today it seems the internet is increasingly used as a tool of surveillance, censorship, repression, crime, and even war. Cyberattacks are constant; targeting businesses, governments and individuals – around the entire world. As technology advances, new threats are on their way.

Continue reading this article on the Leiden Safety & Security blog.

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