The Hebrew University of Jerusalem | March 2018

Regulating Cyber Security Risks for Private Businesses - HU CyberLaw Newsletter Editorial #5

By: Yuval Shany

Welcome to the fifth newsletter of the HUJI CyberLaw Program. Like other fields of academic research, research into cyber law includes basic and applied research. Part of our work involves trying to understand the legal fields that govern different interactions in cyberspace (e.g., cyber attacks, cyber-crime, data sharing, surveillance, etc.) and the regulatory, liability, and enforcement challenges they pose. Another part of the work, however, involves trying to harness academic knowledge to solve specific policy problems. Under this latter heading, our Program has undertaken to accompany the drafting of a new governmental bill aimed at creating a legal framework for regulating cybersecurity in the private business sphere.

Efrat Daskal
Trading in Attack Data

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Interview with Tammy Katsabian


News //

Lex Cybernetica Podcast - Cyber Law and the Tallinn Manual

Employment @ Cyberlaw //

Call for Doctoral/Post-Doctorate Applications: Cybersecurity Breaches and Legal Liability under Private Law

Conferences //

Conferences //

Regulation of Virtual Currencies


25.4 / Cyberlaw Program Workshop

It is the End of the Working-Time as we Know it – The Concept of Working-Time in the Internet Age / Tammy Katsabian

9.5 / Upcoming Workshop

Obsolescence by Design: The Apple of Discord / Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse

16.5 / Cyberlaw Program Workshop

Massive Online Micro Justice: Towards Global ADR Mechanisms for Disputes on Internet Platforms? / Jacques de Werra
Balancing National Security and Data Privacy: A Key Regulatory Challenge in Cyberspace
Deborah Housen-Couriel
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The Internet Companies' International Arbitrage
Dr. Haim Wismonsky
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