Tallinn Manual

Tallinn Manual 2.0 – the invaluable guide for state action in cyber space

Following the principle set in the first version, Tallinn Manual 2.0 – a document that provides guidance on how the existing international law could be adapted to cyber operations in the most appropriate way – reiterates that cyber activity should not be perceived as happening in a legal vacuum. Estonia …

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The Tallinn Manual inducted into the Cybersecurity Canon

The Tallinn Manual, the most influential handbook for legal advisers dealing with cyber defence issues, was announced as a 2016 inductee into the Cybersecurity Canon, a book list that celebrates authors and works of literature that accurately depict the history, milestones and culture of the modern cybersecurity industry. The Tallinn Manual …

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Tallinn Manual – the international law in cyberspace

In 2007, Estonia faced cyber-attacks that have been widely acknowledged as the world’s first cyber war. At the peak of these attacks, fifty-eight Estonian websites were offline at once, including those of the government, most newspapers and banks. Even though the attacks were technically rather robust and there was nothing …

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