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The research niche area of the Faculty of Law is Law, Technology and Sustainable Development. The research niche area builds on existing research strengths in the Faculty of Law and endeavours to bring together researchers from a wide variety of academic disciplines to explore similarities and differences in responding to social problems or challenges posed by advances in science and technology. It aims to support the development of several distinct specialist strands amongst of the Faculty of Law researchers. By establishing a community of interest across law, technology and sustainable development the research niche area seeks to achieve a unified interaction among the currently fragmented activities of different researchers to enhance the prospects of achieving law or legal principles for sustainable development.
Cyber law is any law that applies to the internet and internet-related technologies. Cyber law is one of the newest areas of the legal system. This is because internet technology develops at such a rapid pace. Cyber law provides legal protections to people using the internet. This includes both businesses and everyday citizens. Understanding cyber law is of the utmost importance to anyone who uses the internet. Cyber Law has also been referred to as the "law of the internet." Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Areas that are related to cyber law include cybercrime and cybersecurity. With the right cybersecurity, businesses and people can protect themselves from cybercrime. Cybersecurity looks to address weaknesses in computers and networks. The International Cybersecurity Standard is known as ISO 27001. Cybersecurity policy is focused on providing guidance to anyone that might be vulnerable to cybercrime. This includes businesses, individuals, and even the government. Many countries are looking for ways to promote cybersecurity and prevent cybercrime.