Harboring data : information security, law, and the corporation /
- Publication info:
- Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Law Books, c2009.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
On the Shelf
- Harboring data : information security, law, and the corporation / edited by Andrea M. Matwyshyn.
- Other Authors:
Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Law Books, 2009
- Physical Description:
xiv, 352 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents
- Looking at information security through an interdisciplinary lens : computer science as a social science : applications to computer security / Jonathan Pincus, Sarah Blankinship, and Tomasz Ostwald
- The information vulnerability landscape : compromising positions : organizational and hacker responsibility for exposed digital records / Kris Erickson and Philip N. Howard
- Reporting of information security breaches : a reporter's view : corporate information security and the impact of data breach notification laws / Kim Zetter
- Information security and patents : embedding thickets in information security? : cyrptography patenting and strategic implications for information technology / Greg R. Vetter
- Information security and trade secrets : dangers from the inside : employees as threats to trade secrets / Elizabeth A. Rowe
- Information security of health data : electronic health information security and privacy / Sharona Hoffman and Andy Podgurski
- Information security of financial data : quasi-secrets : the nature of financial information and its implications for data security / Cem Paya
- Information security of children's data : from 'ege' to 'social comparison' : cultural transmission and child data protection policies and laws in a digital age / Diana T. Slaughter-Defoe and Zhenlin Wang
- Information security and contracts : contracting insecurity : software license terms that undermine information security / Jennifer A. Chandler
- Information security, law, and data-intensive business models : data control and social networking : irreconcilable ideas? / Lillian Edwards and Ian Brown.