Information Security Governance and the Law

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This lesson covers information security governance and the law. This lessons discusses liability and who is at fault if negligence occurs. A violation of privacy, of due care or the law in general are all things that can result in liability. This unit also briefly discusses attacks on intellectual property such as piracy, copyright infringement, counterfeiting, dilution, cybersquatting and typo squatting.
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