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Vietnam sheds light on impending cybersecurity law

Vietnam recently issued a draft decree that clarifies the scope of its impending cybersecurity law and its impact on foreign businesses. The law is set to go into effect on January 1, 2019, though the implementation of certain requirements that impact foreign companies the most will likely be delayed. Unlike other cybersecurity and data privacy laws passed this year, which were...

Malaysia seeks to expand personal data protection

Malaysia is looking to impose a data breach notification (DBN) requirement to its existing data privacy law, which would impact companies around the world who do business in Malaysia. The Malaysian Personal Data Protection Commissioner is currently hearing feedback on Public Consultation Paper No. 1/2018, which would impose a DBN requirement on companies that need to be registered with...

Poland implements comprehensive cybersecurity legislation

Poland is the latest nation to pass extensive cybersecurity legislation that will impact many companies that do business in Poland. The legislation, called the Act on the National Cybersecurity System (ANCS), pertains to critical infrastructure companies and providers of digital services. Any organization that operates within Poland and is designated as one of these types of companies...

Cybersecurity and IP Are Key in Autonomous Vehicles

In this videocast featured in Law360, Eversheds Sutherland (US) Partners Mary Jane Wilson-Bilik and Griff Griffin address the issues autonomous vehicles are facing with cybersecurity and intellectual property. Specifically, they discuss how the Internet of Things devices in driverless cars will impact big data, cybersecurity and data protection, and intellectual property and patents....