Cyber Security Practitioner

Current Issue (August 2017)

Volume: 3 Issue: 8

News
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UK proposes designating multiple sector-based NIS competent authorities


Features
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Editorial: Security fines - where are we heading?

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A study into the use of hacking techniques by law enforcement

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Cyber risk insurance: A view from the Prudential Regulation Authority

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Singapore’s draft Cybersecurity Bill

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64-bit malware: A snapshot review

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The NIS Directive and the potential for European Member State cooperation

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What needs to change in the wake of WannaCry and NotPetya?


About Cyber Security Practitioner:

Cyber Security Practitioner, the most recently launched monthly publication from Cecile Park Media, provides a multi-disciplinary view on the cyber security challenges facing global businesses and delivers insight into operational change. It covers cyber security regulation, data breach, data security, cyber risk, cyber crime, ethical hacking, privacy and data protection, cyber infrastructure, technical solutions, risk management, information assurance, security standards, liability, consumer protection, ransomware and other cyber threats, cyber insurance... /read more

August's issue of Cyber Security Practitioner

August's edition of Cyber Security Practitioner provides indepth articles on the recent developments impacting the regulation of cyber security across the globe and how the evolving legal landscape for cyber and data security is impacting businesses. 

In this issue, Giovanni Ziccardi, Professor of Legal Informatics at the University of Milan, assesses the findings of a study commissioned by the European Parliament at the request of the LIBE Committee into the ‘Legal Frameworks for Hacking by Law Enforcement: Identification, Evaluation and Comparison of Practices,’ assessing the difficult balancing act being carried out by a number of EU Member States and non-EU countries utilising hacking techniques for law enforcement.

Elsewhere in this edition, Justin Tivey and Jonathan Drake, of Bond Dickinson, provide an assessment of the Prudential Regulation Authority’s guidance to the cyber insurance industry in light of its new Supervisory Statement entitled ‘Cyber insurance underwriting risk’ published in July 2017.

 

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