Pablo García Mexía, J.D., Ph.D.

Digital Lawyer




After the notorious success of the two previous editions, the third edition of the Cybersecurity Executive Course is presented.

The latest trends in cybersecurity will be addressed with a special emphasis on the day-to-day reality of institutions and companies in terms of cyber threats, a problem that the pandemic has only made more acute and generalised.


Since in Cambridge, MA. (USA) I first got in touch with the Internet back in 1994-1995, just a few blocks away from the MIT, I have been devoting a substantial part of my professional endeavors to aspects related to its policies and regulation. Convinced as I am of that great good that is the free and open Internet, so am I nonetheless persuaded that the Net is not the Far West, this being the reason why I convey to my college students, to the audiences I speak to or to the clients I advice, that Justice and civil rights are perfectly compatible with such a great lever for freedom and innovation as the Internet has come to be.

The new Sector ebulletin focuses on the new Royal Decree on the security of networks and information systems. On 28 January last, Royal Decree 43/2021, of 26 January, was published in the Official State Gazette, which implements Royal Decree-Law 12/2018, of 7 September, on the security of networks and information systems (RD 43/2021), which...

The principles and rights set out in the Charter of Digital Rights are clearly important for public administrations and citizens, although they could also be important for companies when it comes to configuring their systems and processes.