Cyber Law

Practice Area

Our cyber law portfolio includes several new titles, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency: Legal and Regulatory Challenges, Cyber Security: Law and Guidance and Commercial and Cyber Fraud: A Guide to Justice for Victims.

In addition, all our cyber law titles are available as part of our online services.

Recently Published and Soon to Publish Titles

As banks have seen heavy criticism for their behaviour during and since the financial crisis of 2008, the importance of blockchain and cryptocurrencies within financial markets is increasing. Blockchain and Cryptocurrency: A Guide to Legal and Regulatory Issues aims to identify regulatory gaps and establish the first applicable legal framework.

Written by experts, Cyber Security: Law and Guidance is a comprehensive, invaluable text for both legal practitioners and organisations when protecting themselves from regulatory action and litigation in cyber security law. Covering both the law and its practical application, it helps to ensure that advisers and organisations have effective policies and procedures in place to deal with cyber security.

With commercial and, increasingly, cyber fraud now massive problems for businesses with many very likely to become or already have become victims, the new title Commercial and Cyber Fraud: A Guide to Justice for Victims is the only book to deal with post-fraud litigation responses available to businesses.

All our cyber law titles are written to provide both depth and breadth to your practice requirements. Be sure to browse our most recent and soon to publish titles listed below…

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Cyber Law Books

Cyber Security: Law and Guidance

What is cyber security? Cyber security is concerned with both the security of cyber space and the security of entities that use or rely on cyber space such as: – The internet and the world-wide web. – The facilities and apparatus that underpin and connect the internet and the world-wide web (for example, telecommunications, internet access and internet service provision). – The facilities and apparatus that support the provision of... Read more

Blockchain and Cryptocurrency: Legal and Regulatory Challenges

As a result of the criticism of the way banks were looking after savings following the financial crisis of 2008, cryptocurrencies originated as an alternative digital currency system. The first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, was released in 2009 and whilst it is probably the most popular cryptocurrency, there are now approximately 1300 cryptocurrencies with a worth of £500 billion. Blockchain is the payment processing technology underlying cryptocurrencies. All cryptocurrency transactions are saved... Read more