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On 13 March 2020, Brno University Hospital, the second-largest hospital in the Czech Republic, at the time also providing COVID-19 testing capacities, was [[Brno University Hospital ransomware attack (2020)|targeted by ransomware]]. The hospital was forced to shut down its entire IT network, postpone urgent surgical interventions, and reroute patients to other nearby hospitals. It took several weeks before the hospital was fully operational again. [[Scenario 14: Ransomware campaign|Scenario 14]] in the Toolkit provides the legal analysis of a ransomware campaign against municipal and health care services abroad.</div>
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On 13 March 2020, Brno University Hospital, the second-largest hospital in the Czech Republic, at the time also providing COVID-19 testing capacities, was [[Brno University Hospital ransomware attack (2020)|targeted by ransomware]]. The hospital was forced to shut down its entire IT network, postpone urgent surgical interventions, and reroute patients to other nearby hospitals. It took several weeks before the hospital was fully operational again. [[Scenario 14: Ransomware campaign|Scenario 14]] in the Toolkit provides the legal analysis of a ransomware campaign against municipal and health care services abroad; [[Scenario 20: Cyber operations against medical facilities|Scenario 20]] and [[Scenario 23: Vaccine research and testing|Scenario 23]] both focus on various cyber operations against hospitals.</div>
 
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Revision as of 09:37, 23 September 2021

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

Call for submissions

Cyber Law Toolkit is now inviting submissions for its next general update in 2022. Successful authors will be awarded an honorarium. This call for submissions is open until 1 November 2021. Full text of the call with submission dates and contacts is available for download here: Call for submissions (PDF)