Student at Ideal Institute of Management and Technology and School of Law (GGSIPU), Delhi, India
Cybersecurity and data protection are critical issues in the digital age as individuals and organizations rely on technology to store and transmit sensitive information. The increase in cyber threats and data breaches highlights the need for legal and ethical measures to address these issues. This article aims to analyze the legal and ethical issues related to cybersecurity and data protection by exploring the challenges and opportunities presented by the evolution of digital technology. It analyzes the legal framework of cybersecurity and data protection, including international conventions, regional laws and national laws. It discusses the role of these systems in protecting individuals and organizations from cyber threats and data breaches. This article examines ethics in cybersecurity and data protection. It analyzes ethical issues related to the collection, storage and use of personal information and the impact of cyber threats on personal privacy and human rights. It discusses the ethical responsibilities of individuals and organizations to ensure cybersecurity and data protection, and the potential of ethics to meet these legal standard requirements in solving these problems. It also examines the use of cybersecurity and data protection in various fields, including finance, health and government. It highlights challenges and opportunities by analyzing the effectiveness of existing legal and ethical frameworks in dealing with cyber threats and data breaches through the evolution of digital technology. In conclusion, this article provides a comprehensive review of legal and ethical issues related to cybersecurity and data protection, emphasizing the importance of legal frameworks and ethics in solving the problems of the digital age. It explores the ethical responsibilities of individuals and organizations to ensure cybersecurity and data protection, and examines the potential of new technologies and processes to improve stable cybersecurity and future data protection.
International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 1544 - 1550DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.114994
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