Cybersecurity is a vital issue for all countries, but those in the developing world face unique concerns. This innovative book evaluates the experience of cyberspace policies and strategies and their relation to cyber laws and regulations in developing and emerging economies, using economic, political and social bases as well as resource-based theory perspectives.
This work is inspired by a number of factors including the burgeoning importance of cybersecurity in an interconnected world and the fact that cyber risk is now at the top of the global agenda, as high-profile breaches increase worries that cybersecurity attacks might compromise the world economy. Its unique and innovative look at radical changes in the use of governmental resources to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of cybersecurity policies and strategies, and its insight into the effects of these changes on the economic structure of a country, make this book useful to many disciplines.
Scholars, students and policy makers will all find this vivid book of great value in understanding the vital issues in cybersecurity.