Cybersecurity law, compliance and protection
By John Bandler
Published September 19, 2023, Reuters Legal News
With cybercrime a rampant and expected threat, governments have imposed civil obligations upon organizations to protect themselves and report certain events to authorities and affected parties.
Today, nearly every organization has legal compliance obligations relating to cybersecurity and data breach reporting. The laws can be complicated, and they come from more than one government and agency. A single organization may find itself navigating rules from multiple states and regulators.
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