We're excited to have Priya Chaudry with us today, so we are going to focus our discussion on news and events with legal implications (or the legal implications of news and events)!
For starters, the U.S. Cyber Command recently held a virtual edition of its 2021 Legal Conference. The annual conference explores current law and policy issues related to offensive and defensive cyberspace operations.
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Reaching the level of CISO in a large corporation requires time and determined application as well as aptitude and very specific professional and personal attributes. It's the role against which many security professionals set their career sights without really knowing what they'll be getting themselves into.
Fitzgerald, T. 2019. Chapter 14. CISO ...