This is actually an interesting question. A lot of governments enforce rules and regulations on how you have to run your car, how often you have to check it, in which condition you have to keep your tires etc. The same is true for a lot of other devices we are using.
Now, it seems . . . → Read More: Should the Government be able to enforce security updates?
I recently came across a paper called Shadows in the Cloud, which is actually a follow-up report of Tracking GhostNet: Investigating a Cyber Espionage Network, an investigation of the attacks on the office of the Dalai Lama and some governmental bodies. The report is written by two bodies who had the privilege to investigate those . . . → Read More: A Detailed Analysis of an Attack – Do We Need an International Incident Sharing Database?
To start with: I am an engineer not a lawyer – and this might be part of the problem…
When I started to think about the Cloud and security and thought about all the work I do with Law Enforcement and the challenges they face. Additionally, I started to think about the legal challenges we . . . → Read More: Legal Challenges of International Business and the Cloud