Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill, The

What you need to know


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    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: Pocket Size
  • ISBN: 9781485127109
  • Extent: 280 Pages
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  • Category: Forensic Law, Governance, Risk and Compliance

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All operations, and particularly health and financial organisations, telecommunication and retail companies and governmental entities, are vulnerable to cybercrime, especially if they lack a mature cybersecurity strategy. With sufficient and appropriate legislation, it is expected that there will be clear consequences for those who cause digital damage and destruction, whether through aiding, abetting or committing cybercrime.

The Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Bill: What you need to know has been written by a panel of experts to prepare you for the cyber future. Stay ahead of the curve with this useful work, which provides you with:

  • an accessible explanation of the far-reaching impact of the Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill, together with other relevant legislation;
  • answers to the fifty most important questions on cybercrime, cybersecurity and the Bill;
  • specialist commentary and practical advice on information security and the Bill;
  • the full text of the Bill.

  • Top 50 Q & As
  • Context 
    • The Electronic Communications Transactions Act 25 of 2002
    • Cybersecurity structures and international cooperation
    • Jurisdiction
    • Relationship between the Bill and RICA and interception tools
    • Relationship between the Bill and POPIA
    • Cyberbullying, hate crimes and harassment o Digital forensics, evidence and associated processes
    • Possible contraventions
    • Miscellaneous
  • Commentary on the investigation of cybercrime
    • Introduction
    • Standard operating procedures
    • Securing digital evidence
    • Digital evidence
    • Conclusion
  • Information security and the Bill
    • Overview
    • Implications of the Bill
    • Practitioner’s approach
    • Regulatory context
    • Environment
      • Policies
      • Structures
      • Third-party relationships and engagements
    • Controls
  • In conclusion
  • Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill

  • Legal practitioners
  • Auditors
  • Accountants
  • Law enforcement officers
  • Forensic investigators
  • IT managers
  • Company directors
  • Researchers

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All operations, and particularly health and financial organisations, telecommunication and retail companies and governmental entities, are vulnerable to cybercrime, especially if they lack a mature cybersecurity strategy. With sufficient and appropriate legislation, it is expected that there will be clear consequences for those who cause digital damage and destruction, whether through aiding, abetting or committing cybercrime.

The Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Bill: What you need to know has been written by a panel of experts to prepare you for the cyber future. Stay ahead of the curve with this useful work, which provides you with:

  • an accessible explanation of the far-reaching impact of the Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill, together with other relevant legislation;
  • answers to the fifty most important questions on cybercrime, cybersecurity and the Bill;
  • specialist commentary and practical advice on information security and the Bill;
  • the full text of the Bill.

  • Top 50 Q & As
  • Context 
    • The Electronic Communications Transactions Act 25 of 2002
    • Cybersecurity structures and international cooperation
    • Jurisdiction
    • Relationship between the Bill and RICA and interception tools
    • Relationship between the Bill and POPIA
    • Cyberbullying, hate crimes and harassment o Digital forensics, evidence and associated processes
    • Possible contraventions
    • Miscellaneous
  • Commentary on the investigation of cybercrime
    • Introduction
    • Standard operating procedures
    • Securing digital evidence
    • Digital evidence
    • Conclusion
  • Information security and the Bill
    • Overview
    • Implications of the Bill
    • Practitioner’s approach
    • Regulatory context
    • Environment
      • Policies
      • Structures
      • Third-party relationships and engagements
    • Controls
  • In conclusion
  • Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill

  • Legal practitioners
  • Auditors
  • Accountants
  • Law enforcement officers
  • Forensic investigators
  • IT managers
  • Company directors
  • Researchers

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.