Security & Compliance Legal Highlights – Part Deux – SCW #65
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- 1. In-House Counsel Face Growing Privacy, Cybersecurity To-Do Lists - In-house counsel confronting a steadily growing number of privacy and cybersecurity issues with finite resources are being forced to juggle strategies for staying on top of an evolving landscape.
- 2. New Cybersecurity Program Prepares Professionals with Legal Knowledge - The University of Southern California's (USC) Gould School of Law's online Master of Studies in Law (MSL) program is offering the Privacy Law and Cybersecurity certificate, which can be completed as part of the online master's degree or on its own. The program prepares students for leading roles in business and individual data protection with a core understanding of the legal background, policies and best practices that preserve digital integrity. Courses in this track include Global Regulatory Compliance, Patient Privacy Law, Cybersecurity and Cyber Crimes, Regulatory Compliance, Information Management and Risk, and Information Privacy Law.
- 3. White House Weighs New Cybersecurity Approach After Failure to Detect Hacks - The sophisticated hacks pulled off by Russia and China against a broad array of government and industrial targets in the United States — and the failure of the intelligence agencies to detect them — are driving the Biden administration and Congress to rethink how the nation should protect itself from growing cyberthreats.