From the World Economic Forum

Fighting cybercrime – what happens to the law when the law cannot be enforced?

NexusMyst fills some of the gaps identified in this article through its cross-border, data-aggregation provisions.

“New tools and platforms using technology such as homomorphic encryption will be needed to help build more sustainable models to protect victims and enable global investigations, while respecting the right to privacy. Setting principles and harmonizing frameworks for cyber response between victims, cyber services providers, law enforcement, Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) bodies and transnational institutions are important examples of how to close the margins of cooperation in which cybercriminals operate.”

Read the entire article here:
https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/02/fighting-cybercrime-what-happens-to-the-law-when-the-law-cannot-be-enforced/