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"Cybersecurity continues to represent a growing risk for companies around the world with cyberthreats posed by nation states, commercial competitors, company insiders, transnational organised crime and ‘hacktivists’ continuing to grow on a global basis..."
"The Australian government has announced several proposed amendments to the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act) to be legislated in the second half of 2019 aimed at ensuring Australians are protected online and that major social media companies take action to protect personal information, particularly that of children..."
with Flavia Rebello and Gabriela Garcia de Paiva Morette
Trench Rossi Watanabe, in cooperation with Baker McKenzie
"As data becomes more relevant to businesses generally, and Brazilian companies use more and more digitalised tools and systems, increasing the volume of data being processed, the Brazilian government, Congress and other authorities have increased attention to cybersecurity matters..."
"On 6 June 2018, the very first cybersecurity legislation of Taiwan, the Cybersecurity Management Act (the Cybersecurity Act), became an official statute of Taiwan after being publicly announced by the office of the President..."
with Michael Drury and Julian Hayes
BCL Solicitors LLP
"Following the UK’s implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the EU Law Enforcement Directive and the Network Information Security Directive during 2018, it might have been expected that the pace of regulatory change in the sphere of cybersecurity would abate..."
with Jason Chipman, Benjamin Powell and Leah Schloss
"Although many economic sectors in the United States have little or no cybersecurity standards, there is a growing trend toward more proscriptive requirements in economic sectors perceived as playing a critical role in the US economy or for US security..."