The 16th edition of the ICC Miami Conference on International Arbitration is currently underway. With the topic of technology slated for discussion later this afternoon, Christian Albanesi and Marie-Isabelle Delleur of Linklaters share their thoughts on what has become a significant concern in the legal industry — cybersecurity — in their guest blog for the International Chamber of Commerce.
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ICC’s Business Action to Support the Information Society (BASIS) is heading to Geneva to mobilise business participation at the 2017 Internet Governance Forum. Taking place from 18-21 December at United Nations Headquarters in Geneva, the 12th edition of the annual forum will take place under the theme Shape Your Digital Future!
A day to raise awareness and promote privacy and data protection best practices, international Data Protection Day – or Data Privacy Day – takes place this year on 28 January.
Cybercrime is as boundless as the Internet itself and is increasingly being recognised as a global issue that can only be addressed by international cooperation.
ICC Spain in collaboration with the Spain Chamber of Commerce hosted a seminar in Madrid on 27 January to present a Spanish version of the ICC Cyber security guide for business.
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Business Action to Support the Information Society (BASIS) urged stakeholders to recognize that cyber security standards must be globally accepted, industry led and recognized by the broadest community possible.
Chair of the ICC Commission on the Digital Economy Task Force on Cyber Security presented the recently launched ICC Cyber security guide for business at FinSAC’s Regional Seminar on Cyber Preparedness in Vienna on 18-19 May.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has published a new straight-speaking guide to help companies of all sizes manage their approach to cyber security and mitigate threats posed by cybercrime.
The biannual meeting of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Commission on the Digital Economy identified next steps on priority topics for business including Internet governance, privacy and cybersecurity and trade facilitation.
ICC has published a proposal for improving MLATs that would foster cross-border communications services, reduce conflict of law difficulties and reduce the risk of countries establishing unnecessary local communications infrastructure requirements for crime investigation purposes.