Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Law: A Compliance Guide for U.S. Federal, State, and Local Governments
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Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Law: A Compliance Guide for U.S. Federal, State, and Local Governments is the only book of its kind, i.e., that’s aimed specifically at American government agencies and government employees. On the one hand, it is a comprehensive, highly readable, clear and comprehensible compendium of data privacy and cybersecurity law at all three levels of U.S. government: federal, state and local. On the other, it is a treasure trove of practical guidance for the very agencies and employees that comprise these governmental layers. No other book on this topic straddles these two areas.
For those customers who want a comprehensive single source for federal, state and local laws on data privacy and cybersecurity law, this relatively slim volume provides full coverage of the federal statutory landscape, plus in-depth explanations of the half dozen most important state statutes, and the bonus of a sampling of local legislation. For the reader who wants to better understand data privacy, cybersecurity, compliance and auditing, and enterprise risk management in the virtual world, again this concise volume is packed with knowledge and guidance. And, last but not least, the book covers issues unique to government agencies and employees, providing sample policies, analysis and guidance of direct interest and use to them.
The 2022 edition ISBN is 9781663325921.
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Table of contents
Part I - The Four Pillars of Reasonableness: Privacy, Security, Compliance, and Risk Management
Chapter 1 - Data Privacy
Chapter 2 - Cybersecurity
Chapter 3 - Compliance and Auditing
Chapter 4 - Enterprise Risk Management
Part II - The Landscape of Federal, State and Local Laws
Chapter 5 - Overview of Selected Federal Statutes and Standards
Chapter 6 - Significant State Data Privacy Legislation
Chapter 7 - Data Privacy and Cybersecurity at the Municipal Level
Part III - A Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Tool Kit for Federal, State and Local Government Agencies
Chapter 8 - Organizing Principles
Chapter 9 - Collecting and Storing Private Information
Chapter 10 - Using and Disclosing Private Information
Chapter 11 - Potential Adverse Consequences
Part IV - Epilogue
Chapter 12 - Pulling it all Together
Appendix 1 - U.S. Department of the Interior Privacy Act Requests Policy
Appendix 2 - Sample Privacy Policies