Open lecture on the legal principles of cybersecurity in National Aerospace University n. a. N. E. Zhukovsky “KhAI”, Kharkiv, Ukraine

On March 6, 2018, at the Department of Computer Systems, Networks and Cybersecurity of National Aerospace University n. a. N. E. Zhukovsky “Kharkiv Aviation Institute”, Ukraine an open lecture on the legal principles of cybersecurity with the participation of law lecturers from the Tallinn Technical University, Estonia.

The event was organized within the framework of the Erasmus + HRLAW project of the European Union. The lecture was attended by students and post-graduate students of theDepartment of Computer Systems, Networks and Cybersecurity (503) and students of the first year of the department of law (702).

The issues of the actual legal framework in the field of cyber security, adaptation of the European Union’s right to existing challenges in the field of information security, national regulations in the field of e-commerce, privacy protection, etc. were considered.

The Schools on Law and Law on Digital Technologies were held in Kharkiv, Ukraine

The School of Law on Digital Technologies were held at the Yaroslav Mudry National Law University.

The lecture part of the school was held from March 5 to 7, 2018 in Ukrainian and English. Topical issues of law in the digital age were discussed with lawyers and IT specialists, academics, teachers and practitioners from Tallinn (Estonia), Vilnius (Lithuania), Vancouver (Canada), Kiev, Kharkiv, Odessa.

The main topics of the spring school were:

  • artificial intelligence and the legal profession,
  • cybersecurity,
  • e-government,
  • digital human rights,
  • cryptocurrencies and blockchain,
  • open source data,
  • e-commerce and electronic evidence,
  • legal regulation and taxation in IT,
  • intellectual property protection,
  • jurisdictional determination and conflict of law,
  • online dispute resolution.

Tannel Kerikmae, Director of the School of Law at Tallinn University of Technology,¬†made a presentation¬†about Estonia’s experience in e-government and its legal support.