The following In-house Advisor practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
The following jurisdictions are covered in this report:
Austria; Belgium; China; European Union; France; Germany; India; Italy; Japan; Mexico; Poland; Singapore; Switzerland; Turkey; USA
The set of questions relating to the topic of Cybersecurity and answered by the guide for each jurisdiction covered include:
Summarise the main statutes and regulations that promote cybersecurity. Does your jurisdiction have dedicated cybersecurity laws?
Which sectors of the economy are most affected by cybersecurity laws and regulations in your jurisdiction?
Has your jurisdiction adopted any international standards related to cybersecurity?
What are the obligations of responsible personnel and directors to keep informed about the adequacy of the organisation’s protection of networks and data, and how may they be held responsible for inadequate cybersecurity?
How does your jurisdiction define cybersecurity and cybercrime?
What are the minimum protective measures that organisations must implement to protect data and information technology systems from cyberthreats?
Does your jurisdiction have any laws or regulations that specifically address cyberthreats to intellectual property?
Does your jurisdiction have any laws or regulations that specifically address cyberthreats to critical infrastructure or specific sectors?
Does your jurisdiction have any cybersecurity laws or regulations that specifically restrict sharing of cyberthreat information?
What are the principal cyberactivities that are criminalised by the law of your jurisdiction?
How has your jurisdiction addressed information security challenges associated with cloud
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