Check out this book review from Security Management Magazine, a publication of ASIS International on Cybersecurity Law, Standards, and Regulations, Second Edition, by Tari Schreider
Reviewed by Ronald L. Mendell, 1 September 2020
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“Information security generalists who wish to look up relevant laws and court decisions on legal issues will find a highly useful resource in the second edition of Cybersecurity Law, Standards and Regulations. Readable and well-organized, the text is especially valuable for quick searches. Text boxes throughout the book highlight key ideas. Each chapter has self-study questions, making the book suitable for use as a textbook. (This reviewer teaches cyberlaw and will use the text as a standby reference.)… While this book is not a substitute for actual legal counsel, the text does supply a yardstick for the information security generalist trying to get an initial handle on a cybersecurity legal issue.”
“While the work has an extensive index, it does not offer a centralized glossary. Legal texts present many new terms and concepts, so providing a glossary could help the reader refresh definitions with relative ease. On the other hand, the book’s appendix is a great strength. Its “helps” range over seven topics, including eDiscovery software, cybercrime reporting agencies, cyber tort readiness checklist (useful in civil litigation), providers of cyber liability insurance, digital forensics toolkits, cyber liability stress test, and information about establishing a cybersecurity law program. In addition, a list of references serves as an effective research resource. The text, generous in summarizing facts and ideas, also includes numerous tables, which increase understanding.”