David Adler takes center stage in Washington D.C. at ISACA #CSXNA 2017

Trends in Cyber Law
ISACA CSXNA 2017 CYBER LAW

Adler’s topic was Trends in Cyber-Law 2017.

Cyber-Law “governs the digital dissemination of both (digitalized) information and software and legal aspects of information technology more broadly, including information security and electronic commerce. Cyber law  is a term that encapsulates the legal issues related to use of the Internet. It is less a distinct field of law than intellectual property or contract law, as it is a domain covering many areas of law and regulation, such as internet access and usage, privacy, freedom of expression, and jurisdiction.”

Despite the variety of subjects, most legal trends for 2017 are in 5 key areas: Data Sovereignty, Cyber Conflict, Civil Liberties, IoT and Cloud.

The full presentation slide deck is available here.

CSX2017 Trends in Cyberlaw 2017 Adler (Read-Only)

Intellectual Property rights (copyright, patent, trademark, trade secrets) and information technology systems each play a crucial role in business competitiveness. In order to realize the full potential of a company’s intangible business assets, it is necessary to be able to identify, locate and safeguard their disclosure and use. Cyber Security plays a crucial role in managing these internal and external business and legal risks. This “Hot Topics” discussion is a snapshot of developments in law, policy, regulation and court cases focusing on privacy and civil liberties, identity, cyber-conflict, IoT, standards, corporate structuring and the international technology marketplace.

This session covered:

  • Understanding how developments in smart home devices are creating new cyber security challenges
  • Learning how changes in regulatory agency policies and personnel are creating new privacy risks and opportunities
  • Identifying new legal cases affecting business operations
  • Recognizing new business and legal risks in relationships with customers and vendors and how to implement changes to mitigate such risks

For more information contact us here:

www.adler-law.com (866) 734-2568

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