May 01, 2020


The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s International Cyber Law Project is an online reference tool that maps the cybersecurity and cybersecurity-related policy landscape.

While targeted to a few economies, it is a robust profile of, and links where available to, primary cyber laws as they apply to critical infrastructure and it provides an overview of the cyber capacity of these nations. Future iterations of this tool may include information on key cyber policy areas, including 5G security, ICT Supply Chain, and IoT.

Built on extensive desk research from Wiley leveraging open-source materials, it brings together a rich data set in an easy to read dashboard. The National Security Institute at George Mason's Antonin Scalia Law School also contributed. Through the contact page, you can provide feedback and suggest additions or iterate on the information presented.

By offering this tool, the Chamber hopes that interested public and private stakeholders will use it to better understand the rapidly evolving cyber policy arena. It is meant to inform active multi-stakeholder policy processes, increase knowledge transfer and the exchange of best practices, and ultimately enhance security, trust, and cooperation in cyberspace.

The information in this report is not legal advice and should not be relied on for compliance; members should refer to their own counsel as needed.

Disclaimer: This material presented in the International Law Project was prepared by Wiley Rein LLP, the United States Chamber, and the National Security Institute at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason Law School. It is not legal advice. Chamber members using this information should consult their own counsel as needed for compliance and regulatory issues in particular jurisdictions. The information contained herein is provided as a resource, as is, based on domestic regulations and laws as of January 30, 2020. Regulations and laws change so you should consult other resources to ensure continued accuracy.


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National Security Institute

The National Security Institute at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School (NSI) is dedicated to finding practical and actionable answers to law and policy questions. As a platform for research, teaching, scholarship, and policy development that incorporates a realistic assessment of the threats facing the United States and its allies as well as an appreciation of the legal and practical challenges facing U.S. intelligence, defense, law enforcement, homeland security, and cybersecurity communities. NSI leverages the decades of combined experience from its distinguished Advisory Board, faculty, and fellows to produce research and policy materials that are highly relevant to current questions of national security law and policy and that are immediately useful to senior policymakers in the White House and key departments and agencies, as well as on Capitol Hill.

Grounded in this commitment to results, NSI is leading a year-long project called NSI 2020 to analyze two of America’s most pressing national security challenges:, China’s Rise: Confronting China’s Challenge to the World Order and Technology,Innovation, and American National Security: Preserving U.S. Leadership in a New Decade. NSI 2020 features a series of events, papers, and policy engagements that will drive a serious debate on these topics and this informed by the work of NSI’s experts providing key insights and actionable recommendations.


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Interested in correcting or refreshing content, please contact the managers listed below.

Elizabeth Guillot
Associate Manager, International Policy
U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Megan Brown
Partner, Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Governance