The Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict is hosting a hybrid event to mark the launch of its recently published report, ‘The International Law Protections against Cyber Operations Targeting the Healthcare Sector’. The report addresses the applicability of international law to cyber operations targeting the healthcare sector, with a particular focus on the law on the use of force, the prohibition of intervention, other corollaries of state sovereignty, and international human rights law. The report’s authors, Priya Urs, Talita Dias, Antonio Coco and Dapo Akande, will discuss the key findings of the report with a panel of distinguished experts.
This event is organised by the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict.
Shehzad Charania (GCHQ)
Tomohiro Mikanagi (Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Francesca Bosco (CyberPeace Institute)
Dapo Akande (Blavatnik School of Government and ELAC, University of Oxford)
Antonio Coco (University of Essex and ELAC, University of Oxford)
Talita Dias (Chatham House)
Priya Urs (St John’s College and ELAC, University of Oxford)