Haim Wismonsky

Haim Wismonsky

Haim Wismonsky

Dr. Haim Wismonsky is the Director of the cyber unit in the Israeli State Attorney's Office and has served for 16 years in various positions in the Israeli prosecution service.
Dr. Haim Wismonsky also serves as a lecturer at the Tel Aviv University and the University of Haifa in the areas of law and technology, cyber law and national security. In 2016, he was a research fellow at the Balvatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center (ICRC). 
Wismonsky holds a Ph.D. from Tel Aviv University, and his thesis dealt with technological, legal and conceptual challenges to the State's role as the criminal law enforcement authority in the Internet. In addition, he holds a L.L.B. and L.L.M. degrees (cum laude) in law and a B.A. in political science (cum laude), all of them from Tel Aviv University.
Dr. Wismonsky's book, "Criminal Investigation in Cyberspace" was published by Nevo in early 2016. In addition, Dr. Wismonsky has published various academic and professional articles on cybercrime, digital evidence, criminal law and criminal procedure.

 

Haim's research:

Alternative Enforcement For Content Related Offences In Cyberspace

Cyber Threats to 'Smart Cars' – The Legal Response

Online Bullying and Online Harassment: Criminalization, Criminal Enforcement and Alternative Enforcement

The Privilege Against Self-incrimination: Reexamination in Light of Recent Technological Advancement

 

Haim's Blogs:

* The Prohibition on the use of Bots During Elections – The Legal Aspect

* The Transition from Reaction to Proactivity: The Latest Policy Updates by Facebook and Google concerning the Response to Incitement to Violence and Terror

* The Internet Companies' International Arbitrage

* The Use of Social Media for Illegitimate Influence During Election Campaigns (Hebrew)

* Two-Track Law Enforcement in the Online Domain

 

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