Feature | March 24, 2020

Privacy During a Pandemic

By Jason Healey (Minerva)

The Cyber-Law podcast interviewed Minerva-funded researcher, Jason Healey who has a long history with Cyber Command and a deep recent oeuvre of academic commentary on cyber conflict.  This podcast discusses: Governments turn to surveillance to track coronavirus patients; Will FISA ever be renewed? ;The United States dropped charges from the Robert Mueller probe ; Russia’s FSB wants a cyberweapon to knock entire nations offline ; CISA issued a memo identifying "essential critical infrastructure workers" during the COVID-19 pandemic ;The European Union says Russia is distributing coronavirus disinformation ; Could the Norsk Hydro attack be a blueprint for future attacks?; Ex-Uber executive Anthony Levandowski pleaded guilty to trade secret theft. 

Link:  https://www.lawfareblog.com/cyberlaw-podcast-privacy-during-pandemic