CHHS helps our clients navigate the burgeoning issues surrounding cybersecurity. Through development of academic coursework, consultation with government commissions, and drafting legislative proposals, CHHS has amassed a vast knowledge of the complex issues of cyber law, cyber policy, planning, training, and exercises to keep private and public clients protected and informed in this area.
At the University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law, CHHS teaches a course on the best practices in the law and policy of cybersecurity, a cyber crimes course, and oversees graduate specialties for cybersecurity through a Master of Laws and Master of Science in Law. The Center has also advised the Maryland Governor’s Commission on Cybersecurity Innovation and Excellence and the Baltimore-Washington Cyber Task Force, and testified before such legislative bodies as the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asia, The Pacific, and International Cybersecurity Policy. When technical assistance is required, CHHS has corporate and academic partners both domestically and internationally that can augment our cyber work.
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