About the Journal

The International Journal of Cyber Law publishes original research on the various aspects of the interdisciplinary cyber domain. It is an innovative and professional worldwide platform for the discourse and sharing of creative, intellectual, and high-quality empirical research. The journal communicates emerging cyber law challenges, which are growing in scope and importance as countries around the world become more reliant on digital networks. Decision-makers in both the public and private sectors are grappling with the digital challenges posed by this interdependence, and they are frequently at a loss for informed and rigorous thought. The challenges of the cyber world are multidisciplinary, and the journal's content reflects this.


The International Journal of Cyber Law is an open-access, international journal that welcomes innovative research on ever-changing rules and regulations in the cyber world. The journal has a high acceptance rate and encourages both theoretical and empirical work in cyber law as well as governmental and regulatory problems. This scientific platform adheres to the publication process in order to ensure new and high-quality research in the field with the purpose of addressing the demands of legal professionals who interpret cyber laws and regulations. It prioritizes the interests of legal professionals, lawmakers, law businesses, academic and research institutions, and students. As a result, the International Journal of Cyber Law covers a wide range of topics in one place and assesses the viability of future research lines.


The International Journal of Cyber Law publishes articles, case studies, reports, lecture notes, monographs, dissertations, conference series, books, and book reviews on all aspects of cyber law and regulation. The journal focuses on current developments, but it also discusses application and enforcement. The journal's case and analysis sections, in which authors examine present legal frameworks and state policies, new legislation, and law reform proposals, are crucial. The study aims to reach as many people as possible who are interested in cyber law and policy, whether they are practitioners, scholars, teachers, judges, or administrators. The publication of a periodical helps readers remain up to speed on new ideas and the progress of legislative reforms.