xxv, 328 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographic references (pages 309-316) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Cybercrime and escalating risks Despite the alarming trends, data breaches are preventable The aftermath of data breaches: potential liability and damages The underground world of online identity theft: an overview Encrypted records - failed security Ambiguities in state security breach notification statutes State data breach notification laws and the duty to provide information security HITECH: the first federal data breach notification law Breach notification and encryption: a global perspective Encryption: the basics Encryption best practices Circumventing data encryption: password vulnerabilities Managing cryptographic keys The self-encrypting drive Encryption technologies: a practical assessment Security best practices: the watchword is prioritize! Responding to data breaches Technology to prevent data leaks Insurance protection for security breaches.
KF1263.C65 D37 2011
Chicago, Ill. : American Bar Association, Section of Science & Technology Law, 2011.