Cyber Security Practitioner

Current Issue (October 2017)

Volume: 3 Issue: 10

Australia issues draft Security of Critical Infrastructure Bill

Editorial: vicarious liability for rogue insiders - the buck stops where?

Equifax data breach: this one may not go unnoticed

Too many cooks? Potential crossover between the NIS Directive and GDPR

The UK’s Cyber Security Code of Practice for Ships

The cyber risks facing major international sporting events

No solace in this quantum: The development of the Jinan network in China

State implementation of cyber security awareness in Illinois

About Cyber Security Practitioner:

Cyber Security Practitioner, the most recently launched monthly publication from Cecile Park Media, provides a multi-disciplinary view on the cyber security challenges facing global businesses and delivers insight into operational change. It covers cyber security regulation, data breach, data security, cyber risk, cyber crime, ethical hacking, privacy and data protection, cyber infrastructure, technical solutions, risk management, information assurance, security standards, liability, consumer protection, ransomware and other cyber threats, cyber insurance... /read more

October's issue of Cyber Security Practitioner

October's edition of Cyber Security Practitioner provides indepth articles on the recent developments impacting the regulation of cyber security across the globe and how the evolving legal landscape for cyber and data security is impacting businesses. 

The Equifax breach, believed to have affected nearly half of US citizens, has made headlines around the world. In October's lead article, Margaret Reetz and Gregory Mantych of Mendes & Mount LLP analyse Equifax's response to the breach, and ask whether the breach will lead to further US regulation in this area.    

Elsewhere in the issue, William Richmond-Coggan of Pitmans LLP takes a look at the potential crossover in the UK's plans to implement the GDPR and the NIS Directive, specifically in regards to the appointment of multiple sector-specific competent authorities to regulate and audit essential services, and asks whether this may be a case of 'too many cooks.'  

Take a 7 day free trial to access the entire latest issue: click here  

For more detailed information on our subscription options please contact Conor Molloy on +44 (0) 20 70 121 387 or email

Search Publication Archives

Our publication archives contain all of our articles.
Can’t find what you are looking for?
Try an Advanced Search

Log in to cyber security practitioner
Subscribe to cyber security practitioner
Register for a Free Trial to cyber security practitioner
Sign up for e-mail alerts
cyber security practitioner Pricing

Social Media

Follow cyber security practitioner on TwitterView cyber security practitioner LinkedIn Profilecyber security practitioner RSS Feed