Cybersecurity Law & Policy
What you'll learn
- Spot legal issues in cybersecurity situations
- Analyze the pros and cons of bitcoin, the digital currency
- Be aware of social media implications for litigation
- Explore cyber-attacks both internationally and domestically
- All materials will be provided.
Cybersecurity Law is one of the most rapidly growing areas of law, and issues like privacy, cybercrime, bitcoin banking, international legal issues and internet governance are some of the important areas that will be covered in this course.
This course includes reading materials with each video-lecture followed by a five-question quiz to keep you on track with what you should be learning before going on to the next lecture, throughout the course.
This course is about now and the future of cybersecurity law. It includes written materials, video lectures, and quizzes to test your comprehension along the way. When you have finished this course, you will have been introduced to the skill of spotting important cybersecurity legal issues and presented with the basic knowledge to know when you need to consult with an attorney.
Who this course is for:
- law students, lawyers
- engineers, scientists
- users of the internet
Victoria Sutton, MPA, PhD, JD is a distinguished law professor at Texas Tech University School of Law and is author of eight law books and numerous law articles, and winner of several book awards. She is also a filmmaker. She teaches courses in emerging technologies law, nanotechnology law, biosecurity law, space law, environmental law and cybersecurity law. She has also served as an advisor on cybersecurity and biosecurity for government agencies.