Security Boulevard | The NIST Privacy Framework: Helping the Legal Team Talk with the Tech Team
In the News May 14, 2019Inside Cybersecurity | Leading Industry Lawyer Identifies Controversial Gap around Enforcement in NIST’s Privacy Framework DraftPeter Swire is quoted on how the National Institute of Standards and Technology will shape its privacy risk management framework.
Advisories March 13, 2023Intellectual Property Advisory: New National Cybersecurity Strategy Seeks to Hold Technology Companies AccountableOur Intellectual Property Group discusses the potential regulatory implications of the Biden Administration’s National Cybersecurity Strategy and the important open questions that remain.
Advisories March 13, 2023Privacy, Cyber & Data Strategy Advisory: White House Releases National Cybersecurity StrategyOur Privacy, Cyber & Data Strategy Team breaks down how the two dozen strategic objectives in Biden’s National Cybersecurity Strategy will fundamentally shift how the United States allocates roles, responsibilities, and resources in cyberspace.
Blog Posts April 20, 20212021 Developments in State Cybersecurity Safe Harbor Laws
Only four months in and 2021 has already been a big year for state cybersecurity safe harbor legislation. Two states, Utah and Connecticut, have recently enacted or introduced a breach litigation safe harbor to incentivize businesses to protect personal information by adopting industry-recognized cybersecurity frameworks such as the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) […]
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Blog Posts December 6, 2017NIST Releases Updated Cyber Framework V1.1
On December 5, 2017, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released a revised draft of its proposed updates to its Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. The revised draft includes a new section on communicating with stakeholders about cybersescurity requirements, addresses stakeholder concerns regarding cybersecurity supply chain risk management and measuring cybersecurity risks and benefits, and addresses six new topics, including the Cyber-Attack Lifecycle. NIST has updated both the Framework and its accompanying Roadmap. The revised Framework includes [...] Read more
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