Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


Legal Response in Thailand when Facing Cybercrime

Author(s): KorakodTongkachok, KrisdaApinawatawornkul & ThongphonPromsaka NaSakolnakorn

The objective of this research was to study the Thai cyber legal model when facing cybercrime. It was found that cybersecurity measures had a wide range of security systems due to the cyber threats associated with national security had been attacking infrastructure projects in the fields of state security, critical government services, banking finance, information technology and telecommunications, transportation and logistics, energy and utilities, and public health. These can have effects on the economy and society, as well as the stability and security of the country as a whole. Planning and collaboration between the public and the private sector was essential to maintain critical infrastructure. The cybersecurity of critical infrastructures currently in operation required the development of protection and protection policies by establishing a strategic plan, action plan, and cyber legal readiness plan to deal with various emergency situations by using an international framework of good practice.

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