Information Security Law: The Emerging Standard for Corporate Compliance is designed to help companies understand this developing law of information security, the obligations it imposes on them, and the standard for corporate compliance that appears to be developing worldwide. This book takes a high level view of the multitude of security laws and regulations, and summarizes the global legal framework for information security that emerges from them. It is written for companies struggling to comply with several information security laws in multiple jurisdictions, as well as for companies that want to better understand their obligations under a single law. It explains the common approach of most security laws, and seeks to help businesses understand the issues that they need to address to become generally legally compliant.
Subjects: Business, Law
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