Tari Schreider, a board-certified information security practitioner with a criminal justice administration background, has written a much-needed book that bridges the gap between cybersecurity programs and cybersecurity law. He says, “My nearly 40 years in the fields of cybersecurity, risk management, and disaster recovery have taught me some immutable truths. One of these truths is that failure to consider the law when developing a cybersecurity program results in a protective façade or false sense of security.”
In a friendly style, offering real-world business examples from his own experience supported by a wealth of court cases, Schreider covers the range of practical information you will need as you explore – and prepare to apply – cybersecurity law. His practical, easy-to-understand explanations help you to:
- Understand your legal duty to act reasonably and responsibly to protect assets and information.
- Identify which cybersecurity laws have the potential to impact your cybersecurity program.
- Upgrade cybersecurity policies to comply with state, federal, and regulatory statutes.
- Communicate effectively about cybersecurity law with corporate legal department and counsel.
- Understand the implications of emerging legislation for your cybersecurity program.
- Know how to avoid losing a cybersecurity court case on procedure – and develop strategies to handle a dispute out of court.
- Develop an international view of cybersecurity and data privacy – and international legal frameworks.
Schreider takes you beyond security standards and regulatory controls to ensure that your current or future cybersecurity program complies with all laws and legal jurisdictions. Hundreds of citations and references allow you to dig deeper as you explore specific topics relevant to your organization or your studies. This book needs to be required reading before your next discussion with your corporate legal department.
This new edition responds to the rapid changes in the cybersecurity industry, threat landscape and providers. It addresses the increasing risk of zero-day attacks, growth of state-sponsored adversaries and consolidation of cybersecurity products and services in addition to the substantial updates of standards, source links and cybersecurity products.
About the author
Tari Schreider, C|CISO, CRISC, ITIL® Foundation, MCRP, SSCP is a distinguished technologist and nationally known expert in the fields of cybersecurity, risk management, and disaster recovery. He was formerly Chief Security Architect at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and National Practice Director for Security and Disaster Recovery at Sprint E|Solutions. Schreider is an instructor for EC-Council where he teaches advanced CISO certification and risk management courses.
Schreider has designed and implemented complex cybersecurity programs including a red team penetration testing program for one of the world’s largest oil and gas companies, an NERC CIP compliance program for one of Canada’s largest electric utility companies, an integrated security control management program for one of the largest 911 systems in the US and designed a cybersecurity service architecture for one of the largest retailers in the US. He has advised organizations worldwide including Brazil, China, India and South Africa on how to improve their cybersecurity programs.
Schreider implemented a virtual Security Operations Center network with vSOCs located in the US, Brazil, Italy, Japan, Sweden, and the US. He was also responsible for creating the first Information Sharing and Analysis Center in collaboration with the Information Technology Association of America (IT-ISCA). His earliest disaster recovery experiences included assisting companies affected during the 1992 Los Angeles riots and 1993 World Trade Center bombing. His most unique experience came during the Gulf War helping a New York financial institution recover after becoming separated from its data center in Kuwait.
Schreider has appeared on ABC News, CNN, CNBC, NPR, and has had numerous articles printed in security and business magazines, including Business Week, New York Times, SC Magazine, The Wall Street Journal and many others. He is the author of The Manager’s Guide to Cybersecurity Law (Rothstein Publishing, 2017) and is a co-author of the US patent Method for Analyzing Risk.