Management, Security Law, and Policies

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MANAGERS ARE NOT USUALLY LAWYERS; therefore, it is best to leave legal interpretations, advice, and legal procedures to the attorneys. Even those who are attorneys know the joke about a lawyer who represents himself or herself has a fool for a client. However, there are some aspects of security law that managers must be knowledgeable about to avoid creating legal problems for the corporation and for themselves further down the road. Main areas that are of particular interest in this regard are employment law related to security and policies, intellectual property, the use of company equipment and facilities, cyber crime and cyber law, electronic monitoring of employees, and forensic analysis ...

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