Cyber Security: Law and Practice Second edition
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Why should you buy Cyber Security: Law and Practice Second edition
Cyber Security: Law and Practice provides unique, comprehensive coverage looking at three main areas:
Legal framework - covers cyber crime, civil liability under the Data Protection Act, other forms of civil liability and redress, cyber property, employee liability and protection, commercial espionage and control mechanisms for embedded devices.
Data Issues - considers how to respond to a data breach, and legal aspects of investigating incidents and the powers of investigators.
Litigation - examines what remedial steps can be taken and how to mitigate loss, as well as issues surrounding litigation and the rules of evidence.
The second edition has been fully updated to take into account the major changes and developments in this area since the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations, the Data Protection Act 2018, the Network and Information Systems Regulations 2018 and the proposed ePrivacy Regulation.