Public/Private Partnerships in Cyberspace: Building a Sustainable Collaboration

ABSTRACT

Much has been written about the legal rights and interests of government, private industry, and individual users in cyberspace. However, relatively little has been written about how codes of conduct, public/private partnerships, and standards and collaborative efforts can be used to structure advancement in technological knowledge for the benefit of all users, or how these efforts could better prioritize the rights and responsibilities of each of the actors in cyberspace. Based on empirical research, this paper presents a conceptual framework for building sustainable partnerships between government and private industry, and looks to models of successful partnerships both nationally and internationally.


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Professor of Cyber Law and Cybersecurity, Boston University, Boston, MA
USA

Virginia A. Greiman serves as Professor of Cyber Law and Cybersecurity at Boston University and holds academic appointments at Harvard University Law School and the Kennedy School of Government. She served as a diplomatic official to the U.S. Department of State in Eastern Europe, Asia, and Africa and has held several high-level appointments with the U.S. Department of Justice.

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