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New Practical Law Cybersecurity Content for Directors

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Cybersecurity is an increasingly important consideration for companies and their boards due to accelerating digitisation, the growth of the global digital domain and its diverse, and increasing, cyber threats.

Practical Law Corporate has published the following new content on cybersecurity considerations for directors that considers, and provides practical guidance regarding, the existing cybersecurity regulatory framework in Australia, the duties of company directors with respect to cyber risk and best practice principles for boards to follow to manage and mitigate cyber risks effectively:

These new resources complement Practical Law's extensive suite of cybersecurity resources available to Practical Law Corporate subscribers who also subscribe to Practical Law Commercial. For a guide to these resources, see Toolkit, Cybersecurity.

Practical Law Corporate subscribers who subscribe to Practical Law Competition and Regulation also have access to the following related content that discusses risk management requirements for financial services entities, including in relation to information security and outsourcing:

Sheridan Pinheiro
By Sheridan Pinheiro
Writer, Practical Law Australia

Sheridan Pinheiro writes for Practical Law’s Corporate practice area. She joined Practical Law Australia after more than 10 years' experience working on corporate and commercial legal documents in the Knowledge Management team of leading international law firm Herbert Smith Freehills. Prior to that, Sheridan practised in-house for a media group on a range of corporate and commercial matters.

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