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Cyber Security: Law and Guidance

By: Helen Wong MBE
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Published: 27-09-2018
Format: Paperback
Edition: 0
Extent: 792
ISBN: 9781526505866
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 248 x 156 mm
RRP : £125.00

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About Cyber Security: Law and Guidance

Implementing appropriate security measures will be an advantage when protecting organisations from regulatory action and litigation in cyber security law: can you provide a defensive shield?

Cyber Security: Law and Guidance provides an overview of legal developments in cyber security and data protection in the European Union and the United Kingdom, focusing on the key cyber security laws and related legal instruments, including those for data protection and payment services.

Additional context is provided through insight into how the law is developed outside the regulatory frameworks, referencing the 'Consensus of Professional Opinion' on cyber security, case law and the role of professional and industry standards for security.

With cyber security law destined to become heavily contentious, upholding a robust security framework will become an advantage and organisations will require expert assistance to operationalise matters.

Practical in approach, this comprehensive text will be invaluable for legal practitioners and organisations. It covers both the law and its practical application, helping to ensure that advisers and organisations have effective policies and procedures in place to deal with cyber security.

Topics include:
- Threats and vulnerabilities
- Privacy and security in the workplace and built environment
- Importance of policy and guidance in digital communications
- Industry specialists' in-depth reports
- Social media and cyber security
- International law and interaction between states
- Data security and classification
- Protecting organisations
- Cyber security: cause and cure

Table Of Contents

Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Table of Cases

Chapter 1. Threats
Chapter 2. Vulnerabilities
Chapter 3. The Law
Chapter 4. How to Defend
Chapter 5. Privacy and Security in The Workplace
Chapter 6. Security in The Built Environment
Chapter 7. The Importance of Policy and Guidance in Digital Communications
Chapter 8. The C Suite Perspective on Cyber Risk
Chapter 9. Corporate Governance Mind Map
Chapter 10. Industry Specialists In-Depth Reports
Chapter 11. Social Media and Cyber Security
Chapter 12. International Law and Interaction Between States
Chapter 13. Security Concerns with The Internet of Things
Chapter 14. Managing Cyber-Security in An International Financial Institution
Chapter 15. Employee Liability and Protection
Chapter 16. Data Security – The New Oil
Chapter 17. Data Classification
Chapter 18. Liability Following A Data Breach
Chapter 19. Criminal Law
Chapter 20. The Digital Next Way
Chapter 21. Intelligence and The Monitoring of Everyday Life
Chapter 22. Collaboration: Results?
Chapter 23. Cybersecurity: The Cause and The Cure and Cure
Chapter 24. Mergers and Acquisitions Corporate Due Diligence and Cyber Security Issues
Chapter 25. Protecting Organisations
Chapter 26. Public Private Partnerships
Chapter 27. Behavioural Science in Cyber Security
Chapter 28. Agile Cyber Security Process Capability
Chapter 29. Cyber Secret, Life Secrets – On the Verge of Human Science
Chapter 30. A Plan for the SME
Chapter 31. Conclusion

Appendix 1 Theresa May Speech, Munich Security Conference, February 2018
Appendix 2 Cyber-Security Lexicon for Converged Systems
Appendix 3 The Government's National Response
Appendix 4 Sample Legal Documents



“...offers unparalleled insight into the development of cyber security and countermeasures against cyber useful for legal practitioners as it will be for DPOs and cyber security practitioners as they seek to understand the latest developments in cyber security and data protection in the European Union and the United Kingdom, and look to create robust security frameworks that will be so essential if they are to stay competitive and influential in a constantly changing technology landscape” –  Deborah Ritchie, Editor, CIR, Continuity, Insurance and Risk (CIR)

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