CyberSecurity Law Gaining In Popularity

By Special Guest
Jonathan Brown
February 28, 2019



When it comes to becoming a lawyer, many people would be surprised at just how many different areas of practice are out there. From wills and probates to sports and from entertainment to criminal defense, there are many options to choose from if practicing the law is your calling. One area that's steadily growing is the practice of Cybersecurity Law.

CyberSecurity Law

Cybersecurity is a steadily growing field in the legal arena. With cyber-related threats escalating, targeting everything from corporations and hospitals to your favorite Cyber Monday sale sites, legal challenges are also growing. This means companies and individuals are going to need someone to defend them and right the wrongs. The internet is here to stay and the number of people who are on it at any given time, day or night, is continuing to grow, meaning that a career in Cybersecurity law is pretty much a secure career to have.

Of course, cyber crimes touch other areas of law as well.

Personal Injury Law

You might only think of Personal Injury lawyers in terms of vehicle accidents, but they also handle things like slip and falls, dog bites and much, much more. One area often overlooked is the area of defamation of character when disparaging remarks posted online cause harm to your reputation or business. This is where, if you love computers and all things Internet, your skills and law degree can come in handy.

It can also be financially rewarding. New York City personal injury lawyers, for example, make quite a bit more on the money side of the equation than some other fields of law do. If you love the law, you'll not only be doing something you love, you'll be helping others get what they deserve as well. If you're looking for a rewarding career, then this might very well be the right step for you.

Criminal Law

Whether you're with the prosecution or on the side of the defense, becoming a criminal lawyer comes with its own set of rewards. You either get to help put away the bad guys or ensure the accused get a fair trial. This includes those charged with cyber crimes. You'll need more than an understanding of the law, you'll also need to know the intricacies and nature of how online criminals operate.  

Criminal Law comes with great rewards, not only in helping but with income as well. Criminal lawyers make quite a bit after they graduate and become established. If you enjoy helping people, then this is the right field of law for you to study and go into. If you love the thrill of a different case all of the time and have great argumentative skills, then this is for sure the degree you should be going to school to earn.

These are just a few of the best fields of law to go into, and how cybercrimes are now part of each one. There are many more out there to choose from. Do your research well and follow your passion, which will lead you to the right field for you and help you make a difference in someone else's life.



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