Check out ACC's selection of curated insights, samples and events in the ACC Privacy and Cybersecurity Resource Center
Cybersecurity threats may create significant operational and legal problems that can compromise the arbitral process, including loss or unauthorized disclosure of sensitive data, breaches of attorney-client confidentiality, adverse media coverage and reputational damage, costs associated with breach notification or data recovery, and legal liability.
Learn about the Measures for Cybersecurity Reviews adopted by Chinese authorities, which took effect on 15 February 2022.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding cybersecurity across a range of jurisdictions.
On May 26, 2022, the US Department of Commerce, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) issued a final rule, finalizing changes to License Exception Authorized Cybersecurity Exports (ACE) and making related changes to other sections of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). These changes include narrowing of exceptions for end use restrictions applicable to certain government end users in Cyprus, Israel, and Taiwan under License Exception ACE and addition of new end use restrictions for License Exception ENC (Encryption Commodities, Software, and Technology).
The Securities and Exchange Commission's proposals on March 9, 2022 would require public companies to make new disclosures related to risk management, governance, strategy and incident reporting. Learn more here.
Learn five steps to reduce cyber risks during the crisis resulting from Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
This article highlights what firms need to consider during their journey of digital transformation and investments in data opportunities, more specifically in the context of corporate transactions and reorganizations.
Learn about key data protection and cybersecurity laws in this multi-jurisdictional guide.
This Latham & Watkins article analyzes the proposed rules and advises SEC registrants on how to prepare for compliance with the proposed cyber rules in May of 2022.
Learn cybersecurity measures businesses can consider taking in order to better safeguard their systems and data against potential cyber threats, following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Increasing cybersecurity attacks and fast-evolving data privacy and security law mean there's so much more data for in-house legal departments to track. Learn how to gauge a "reasonable" data security request and integrate that into your work.