William S. Rogers, Jr. and Co-Authors Discuss Data Privacy Regulations in ISSA Journal

In the Press · December 11, 2017

Prince Lobel Data Privacy & Security Practice Group chair, William S. Rogers, Jr., and co-authors Charles Cresson Wood and Ralph Spencer Poore, have written an article for this month’s Information Security Systems Association (ISSA) Journal.  The article, entitled, “A Simple Appeal to Common Sense: Why the Current Legal & Regulatory Regime for Information Security & Privacy Doesn’t Work, and Cannot Be Made to Work,” points out nine major flaws in the current international system of data privacy and security laws and regulations, and goes on to propose a multi-stakeholder approach to harmonize these laws into a comprehensive and more efficient regulatory framework. Click here to read the full article.