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<div id="mp-tfa" style="padding:0.1em 0.6em;">The '''Cyber Law Toolkit''' is a dynamic interactive web-based resource for legal professionals who work with matters at the intersection of international law and [[Glossary#C|cyber operations]]. The Toolkit may be explored and utilized in a number of different ways. At its heart, it consists of 14 hypothetical [[:Category:Scenario|scenarios]], to which more will be added in the future. Each scenario contains a description of cyber incidents inspired by real-world examples, accompanied by detailed legal analysis. The aim of the analysis is to examine the applicability of international law to the scenarios and the issues they raise. You can see all scenarios in the box immediately below – just click on any of them to follow the relevant analysis. In addition, you may want to explore the Toolkit by looking for [[keywords]] you’re interested in; by viewing its overall [[List of articles|article structure]]; or by reading about individual [[List_of_articles#Real-world_examples|real-world examples]] that serve as the basis of the Toolkit scenarios. Finally, you may want to use the search function in the top right corner of this page to look for specific words across all of the Toolkit content.</div>
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<div id="mp-tfa" style="padding:0.1em 0.6em;">The '''Cyber Law Toolkit''' is a dynamic interactive web-based resource for legal professionals who work with matters at the intersection of international law and [[Glossary#C|cyber operations]]. The Toolkit may be explored and utilized in a number of different ways. At its heart, it consists of 19 hypothetical [[:Category:Scenario|scenarios]], to which more will be added in the future. Each scenario contains a description of cyber incidents inspired by real-world examples, accompanied by detailed legal analysis. The aim of the analysis is to examine the applicability of international law to the scenarios and the issues they raise. You can see all scenarios in the box immediately below – just click on any of them to follow the relevant analysis. In addition, you may want to explore the Toolkit by looking for [[keywords]] you’re interested in; by viewing its overall [[List of articles|article structure]]; or by reading about individual [[List_of_articles#Real-world_examples|real-world examples]] that serve as the basis of the Toolkit scenarios. Finally, you may want to use the search function in the top right corner of this page to look for specific words across all of the Toolkit content.</div>
 
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<div id="mp-otd" style="padding:0.1em 0.6em 0.5em;">The project is supported by the following five partner institutions: the [https://www.govcert.cz/en/ Czech National Cyber and Information Security Agency] (NÚKIB), the [https://www.icrc.org International Committee of the Red Cross] (ICRC), the [https://ccdcoe.org/ NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence] (CCD COE), the [https://www.exeter.ac.uk/ University of Exeter], United Kingdom, and [https://en.whu.edu.cn Wuhan University], China. The core of the project team consists of [https://socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk/law/staff/macak/ Dr Kubo Mačák] (ICRC) – General Editor; Mr Tomáš Minárik (NÚKIB) – Managing Editor; and Ms Taťána Jančárková (CCD COE) – Scenario Editor. The pilot year of the project (2018/19) was supported through the [https://esrc.ukri.org/collaboration/collaboration-oportunities/impact-acceleration-accounts/ UK ESRC IAA Project Co-Creation] scheme. The individual scenarios and the Toolkit as such have been reviewed by a team of over 20 [[People#Peer_reviewers|peer reviewers]]. The Toolkit was formally launched on 28 May 2019 in Tallinn, Estonia; its Chinese launch took place on 2 November 2019 in Wuhan, China; and it remains continuously updated. For questions about the project including media enquiries, please contact us at cyberlaw@exeter.ac.uk.</div>
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<div id="mp-otd" style="padding:0.1em 0.6em 0.5em;">The project is supported by the following five partner institutions: the [https://www.govcert.cz/en/ Czech National Cyber and Information Security Agency] (NÚKIB), the [https://www.icrc.org International Committee of the Red Cross] (ICRC), the [https://ccdcoe.org/ NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence] (CCD COE), the [https://www.exeter.ac.uk/ University of Exeter], United Kingdom, and [https://en.whu.edu.cn Wuhan University], China. The core of the project team consists of [https://socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk/law/staff/macak/ Dr Kubo Mačák] (ICRC) – General Editor; Mr Tomáš Minárik (NÚKIB) – Managing Editor; and Ms Taťána Jančárková (CCD COE) – Scenario Editor. The pilot year of the project (2018/19) was supported through the [https://esrc.ukri.org/collaboration/collaboration-oportunities/impact-acceleration-accounts/ UK ESRC IAA Project Co-Creation] scheme. The individual scenarios and the Toolkit as such have been reviewed by a team of over 30 [[People#Peer_reviewers|peer reviewers]]. The Toolkit was formally launched on 28 May 2019 in Tallinn, Estonia; its Chinese launch took place on 2 November 2019 in Wuhan, China; it received its first general annual update on 2 October 2020; and it remains continuously updated. For questions about the project including media enquiries, please contact us at cyberlaw@exeter.ac.uk.</div>
 
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Revision as of 08:56, 2 October 2020

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Welcome to the Cyber Law Toolkit, an interactive online resource on international law and cyber operations.

Other resources

  • FAQ – Frequently asked questions about the project and the Toolkit.
  • All articles – Updated list of all substantive articles in the Toolkit. In a printed book, this would be the table of contents.
  • Keywords – Overview of all keywords used across the Toolkit content. Serves the same purpose as an index would in a printed book.
  • Examples – List of real-world incidents that have inspired the analysis in the Toolkit.
  • Glossary – Glossary of the technical terms used in the Toolkit.
  • Short form citation – Abbreviated references for the most commonly used citations in the Toolkit.
  • Bibliography – Bibliography of resources used in the creation and development of the Toolkit.
  • People – List of all people involved in the project (including scenario authors, peer reviewers, research assistants...).