CSIAC SME and member of the American Bar Association's Information Security Committee, Richard "Rick" Aldrich, gives a snapshot of the recent developments in cyberlaw, policy, standards, court cases and industry legal frameworks. This report provides updates to an earlier report on cyberlaw from March of 2019 which can be viewed here:
Topic: Cyber Legislation
In a major win for digital privacy, Utah became the first state in the nation to ban warrantless searches of electronic data.
"America’s prosperity and security depend on how we respond to the opportunities and challenges in cyberspace. Critical infrastructure, national defense, and the daily lives of Americans rely on computer-driven and interconnected information technologies. As all facets of American life have become more dependent on a secure cyberspace, new vulnerabilities
In today's episode the CSIAC takes the most important articles in a past CS Digest and discusses the articles' importance in the world of technology and cyber security.
Legal Cyber Security Expo is the UK’s first exhibition and conference for the world of cybersecurity in the legal sector. The event is designed specifically for law firms, professionals and organizations to educate and develop an understanding on how to enhance their cybersecurity realms and discover the future developments forecasted within the sector.
FCC chief Ajit Pai, said the commission will vote at a Dec. 14 meeting on his plan to rescind the so-called net neutrality rules championed by Democratic former President Barack Obama that treated internet service providers like public utilities.
Thirteen years of negotiations at the United Nations aimed at restricting cyberwarfare collapsed in June, it has emerged, due to an acrimonious dispute that pitted Russia, China and Cuba against western countries. The split among legal and military experts at the UN, along old cold war lines, has reinforced distrust at a time of mounting diplomatic
On January 28th, 2011, Egypt disappeared from the global map. In a coordinated shutdown of all major Egyptian internet service providers--an effort by its government to squelch public dissent- -virtually all Egyptian Internet addresses became unreachable worldwide.1 The action was unprecedented in Internet history.2 At the same time, the U.S. Senate
On June 17, 2010 a small antivirus company established in Belarus discovered the Stuxnet worm. Later research would reveal that an earlier variant of the worm existed at least a year earlier. Stuxnet reputedly caused the physical degradation of some 1000 centrifuges at the Natanz facility in Iran, based on data of the International Atomic Energy Agency
As technology continues to evolve, the courts are being asked to apply existing laws to the new technology. In some cases, the answer is fairly straightforward, but in other cases it is more complicated and can yield varying outcomes based on how each court understands the technology and the legislators’ intent in passing the law. The presentation addressed