ZEK's Garrie and Griver Publish Article in Wall Street Lawyer on proposed Cybersecurity Disclosure Act
ZEK’s Daniel Garrie and Yoav M. Griver published an article in the May 2016 issue of Wall Street Lawyer, titled “Cybersecurity Disclosure Act: A Misguided Attempt to Effectively Address Cyber Threats.” In that article, ZEK’s Garrie and Griver discuss a proposed law — the Cybersecurity Disclosure Act of 2015 — introduced on December 17, 2015 by Senators Jack Reed (D-R.I.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine). The authors take issue with the proposed law and its “one size fits all” approach, questioning the proposed law’s ultimate effectiveness and noting its potential anti-competitive effects.
A full copy of the article can be obtained by contacting Thomson Reuters.
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Daniel Garrie is the co-head of ZEK’s Cybersecurity Practice, and coordinates the firm’s privacy, forensics and e-discovery practices. He is a renowned e-discovery special master and thought leader in the fields of computer forensics, cyber security, e-discovery, information governance and privacy. Daniel is editor-in-chief and founder of the Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare, a fellow at the Ponemon Information Privacy Institute, and a board member of the Bejing Law Review. He has written several books, including Plugged in Guide to Software and the Law, Thomson Reuters (1st Ed. 2015) and Cyber Warfare: Understanding the Law, Policy and Technology, LegalWorks (1st Ed. 2014).
Yoav M. Griver is a partner in Zeichner, Ellman and Krause LLP’s litigation group and a key member of its Cybersecurity Practice. He works with clients to assess and secure computer systems, minimize cybersecurity risk liabilities, and ensure compliance with a panoply of regulatory frameworks and cybersecurity standards. Yoav frequently lectures on e-discovery, cybersecurity, and risk management issues nationally, and writes on these matters for a variety of journals, periodicals, and legal reviews. He is co-editor and an author of the multi-year treatise, Dispute Resolution and e-Discovery, which is published by Thomson Reuters.