July 12, 2017 - The article, "International Law Playing Cybersecurity Catch-Up (Part One of Two)," by Seth D. Rothman and Andreas S. Baum was published in The Cybersecurity Law Report.
In today’s interconnected world, cybersecurity has become critically important to nation states. Nation states rely on computerized information systems for national defense, infrastructure, banking systems, and e-commerce both within their own borders and in their relationships with other nation states. Yet there are few international laws that specifically address the intersection of international relations and cybersecurity. As is usually the case with emerging technology, the law is lagging behind the times.