James X. Dempsey
“Cybersecurity Law Fundamentals” is both a primer and a reference volume. It serves cybersecurity practitioners looking for a quick refresher or citation, but also guides generalists and newcomers to the field: the general counsel who needs a basic understanding of the regulatory requirements and legal risk that a company faces, the policymaker interested in understanding the gaps in the law and filling them, and the attorney seeking a career transition.
- Criminal law.
- Data breach notification.
- Liability for insecure products and software.
- Defining “reasonable” cybersecurity.
- Federal cybersecurity statutes, regulations and guidelines.
- Regulatory enforcement from the Federal Trade Commission and other agencies.
- State cybersecurity statutes and regulations.
- Regulatory enforcement by state.
- Self-protective measures.
- National security economic controls, trade limits, and equipment bans.
Publish date: 2021
Printed page count: 576