The State(s) of Cyber Incentives: Creative Laws Driving Better Security

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Lacking the authority to mandate uniform cybersecurity standards, states are pioneering incentive-based laws based on industry frameworks. Legislators and experts in drafting these laws will discuss how states are filling the gap in federal law with a flexible and practical approach that aligns public policy with technical practices in ways that push towards measurable compliance standards.

Brian Ray


Professor of Law and Director, Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection, Cleveland Marshall School of Law, Cleveland State University

Kirk Herath


Chair/Adjunct Professor of Law, CyberOhio/Cleveland-Marshall College of Law

Tony Sager


Senior VP and Chief Evangelist, Center for Internet Security

Law Policy & Government Risk Management & Governance

governance risk & compliance government regulations law legislation risk & vulnerability assessment



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