The legal position and societal effects of security breach notification laws

Bekijk alles van
ISBN
9789086920488
30,00
Op voorraad
Productinformatie

Samenvatting


The Legal Position and Societal Effects of Security Breach Notication Laws is the winning thesis of the Internet Thesis Awards 2014. This thesis tests the legal and economic effectiveness of proposals for security breach notication laws (hereafter: SBNLs) in the European Union. An SBNL obliges that a security breach must be notied to a¬ffected customers and a supervisory authority. The thesis contributes two perspectives. First: a theoretical study from a legal perspective. Second: an empirical study in the U.S. from a security economics perspective. Conclusions: the SBNL has aims that are fuzzy and hard to verify in the real world. Moreover, empirical insights from U.S. SBNLs show low compliance. This hampers the determination of effectiveness, because there is no reasonable expectation of causality between the SBNL and the aims pursued. The Internet Thesis Awards is an initiative by Brinkhof and XS4ALL. Brinkhof is a law firm in Amsterdam that specializes in the particular field of technology- and communication law. XS4ALL is a leading internet provider and firm supporter of digital civil rights. Bernold Nieuwesteeg is a PhD candidate in the economic analysis of cyber security governance at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. He has a background in European Law as well as Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis and Management.

ISBN:
9789086920488
Lees minder Lees meer
Meer informatie
ISBN9789086920488
AuteurBernold Nieuwesteeg
PublisherTU Delft
TaalEngels
Publicatiejaar2014
UitvoeringPaperback
Aantal bladzijdes188
Schrijf uw eigen review
Recensie achterlatenThe legal position and societal effects of security breach notification laws
Uw waardering

Boeken top 10

Op zoek naar de meest populaire boeken van dit moment? Bekijk dan de boeken top 10.

Het artikel is toegevoegd aan je winkelwagen