|Author (Person)||Bederna, Zsolt, Rajnai, Zoltan|
|Series Title||International Cybersecurity Law Review|
|Series Details||Volume 3, Number 1, Pages 35-49|
|Publication Date||June 2022|
|Content Type||Journal Article|
The information society is a complex network of interconnected public and private entities and human beings. Many of them choose a certain level of technological development from the generally available solutions to support internal processes attaining objectives that support operations, creating technological dependence via internal or external services of the information and communication technologies (ICTs).
Due to the technological development and technological dependence caused by ICTs, a society-wide political need has arisen for tackling security requirements for cyberspace in several sectors to satisfy the individuals’ needs that directly or indirectly define the requirements for such services, resulting in a complex ecosystem with several participants. Although the European Union has formulated some crucial rules via regulations and directives with which it increasingly defined cybersecurity stakeholders from time to time, there are several missing affected parties.
This paper aims to review the relevant technological, societal, and economic factors of the information society creating the necessity to strictly handle cybersecurity requirements and analyse decisive stakeholders via a theoretical framework. Furthermore, it also identifies the current legislative framework issues to identify pain points.
|Subject Categories||Business and Industry, Security and Defence|
|Subject Tags||Cybersecurity | Cyber-security, Information Society, Telecommunications|
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|