Current Issue (March 2017)

Volume: 3 Issue: 3

ENISA releases incident notification guide for DSPs

Cyber security established as strand of UK Digital Strategy

Editorial: Technology – the orphaned child of data protection

Expansive cyber security regulations enter into effect in New York State

Evaluating the UK’s regulatory environment for cyber security

Russia’s draft bill on the security of critical information infrastructure

Accelerating cyber security startups: Wayra’s partnership with GCHQ

The Cloudflare bug: what it is, why it matters, and what you should do

Compensating data security breaches: recent case law

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

March's issue of Cyber Security Practitioner

March's edition of Cyber Security Practitioner provides indepth articles on the recent developments impacting the regulation of cyber security across the globe. F. Paul Greene of Harter Secrest & Emery LLP provides a detailed article on New York’s controversial cyber security regulations that have just entered into force and assesses the international impact. 

Also in this month's issue, Russia’s draft bill on the security of critical information infrastructure is analysed and Gray Stewart shares his experiences of working in Telefonica’s startup accelerator Wayra, which in partnership with GCHQ has announced its first cohort of cyber security startups that will be working with the accelerator. 

Further highlights include an article on recent UK case law relating to compensation for data security breaches and Chris James, a Consultant Solicitor, explains why the Cloudflare bug matters and its wider implications. 

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