Agnes Kasper, guest lecturer
e-mail: agnes dot kasper at tatech dot ee
Dr Agnes Kasper BA MA PhD is a lecturer at the Tallinn University of Tallinn, Tallinn Law School. Previously she served at embassies, human rights organizations and she was leading the legal department in an IT consultancy and development company. As a lawyer she has practical experience in IT law, intellectual property protection, data protection and privacy, tax law, labor law, contract law, administrative law and litigation. Her research focuses on regulatory aspects of cyber security, in particular she is interested in emerging technologies. In 2015 the Estonian Ministry of Defence awarded Agnes Kasper with the first prize for her doctoral thesis „Multi-Level Analytical Frameworks for Supporting Cyber Security Legal Decision Making“ .
Topics of supervision: Regulatory aspects of cyber security, Digital evidence, Legal protection of IT products, Alternative Dispute Resolution
Selection of publications:
- Kasper, A; Laurits, E. (2016). Challenges in Collecting Digital Evidence: A Legal Perspective. In: Kerikmäe, T; Rull, A. (Ed.). The Future of Law and eTechnologies (195−233). Springer International Publishing.
- Kasper, A. (2014). Legal Aspects of CyberSecurity in Emerging Technologies: Smart Grids and Big Data. In: T. Kerikmäe (Ed.). Regulating eTechnologies in the European Union: Normative Realities and Trends (189−216). Springer.
- Kasper, A. (2014). The Fragmented Securitization of Cyber Threats. In: T. Kerikmäe (Ed.). Regulating eTechnologies in the European Union: Normative Realities and Trends (157−188). Springer.