As personal information increasingly becomes a commodity, power is shifting from nation states to business enterprises. Ownership of this information is obscure and the legal authorities we have relied on for thousands of years across the world are losing force and structure in the face of today’s cyber security challenges.  While specific laws, such as those around trespassing and property have been repurposed against hacking, more work is needed as cyber threats multiply and nation states focus inward.

Cyberlaw expert, Helaine Leggat of Sladen Legal speaks with Steve Durbin, Managing Director, ISF about the challenges of regulating for the future and, the role of the cyber security community in moving the conversation forward.