Legal and Industrial Frameworks on Data Management

By: Sonny Zulhuda

At the closing week of year 2009, I’ll present my paper entitled: ‘Corroborative Intersection between Information Security Standards and the Legal Framework on Data Management’ at the Second International Conference on Computer ad Electrical Engineering (ICCEE 2009), 28-30 December 2009, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The conference is organized by IEEE and IACSIT, both are renowned international associations for the electronic, computer and IT industry professionals. having gone through review and recommendations, over 200 papers will be presented at the two-day parallel sessions, discussing various aspects of computer and electronic industries. My paper talks about legal and industrial frameworks. I am looking forward to meeting the participants in person and having some networking sessions.

Here is the abstract:

This paper examines the intersection between the industrial standards and the legal framework in defining the scope of information security obligations in relation to the management of data and information assets. It undertakes two primary tasks; namely assessing the scope of legal compliance as stated in the internationally-accepted information security standards, in particular the Information Security Management Standards (ISMS); and identifying the legal trends adopted by laws in major jurisdictions, especially the UK and the US. It found that the intersection between the standards and the law is crucial and corroborative; one is found to compliment the other.

Some more snapshots and briefs will come soon.

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