Knowledge of where the law is and where it likely is headed is an important aspect of assessing the financial impacts of Cybersecurity decisions.
The impacts of the law on Cybersecurity corporate planning abound. A few examples will suffice to make the point:
- the European Commission is considering whether to mandate European Union member states to require that companies storing large amounts of data on the internet report the loss or theft of personal information.1 An investment now in loss/theft security and detection devices would be prudent if a company operating in . . .