The second edition of the definitive guide to cybersecurity law, updated to reflect recent legal developments The revised and updated second edition of Cybersecurity Law offers an authoritative guide to the key statutes, regulations, and court rulings that pertain to cybersecurity. Written by an experienced cybersecurity lawyer and law professor, the second edition includes new and expanded information that reflects the latest changes in laws and regulations. The book includes material on recent FTC data security consent decrees and data breach litigation. Topics covered reflect new laws, regulations, and court decisions that address financial sector cybersecurity, the law of war as applied to cyberspace, and recently updated guidance for public companies' disclosure of cybersecurity risks. This important guide: Provides a new appendix, with 15 edited opinions covering a wide range of cybersecurity-related topics, for students learning via the caselaw method Includes new sections that cover topics such as: compelled access to encrypted devices, New York's financial services cybersecurity regulations, South Carolina's insurance sector cybersecurity law, the Internet of Things, bug bounty programs, the vulnerability equities process, international enforcement of computer hacking laws, the California Consumer Privacy Act, and the European Union's Network and Information Security Directive Contains a new chapter on the critical topic of law of cyberwar Presents a comprehensive guide written by a noted expert on the topic Offers a companion Instructor-only website that features discussion questions for each chapter and suggested exam questions for each chapter Written for students and professionals of cybersecurity, cyber operations, management-oriented information technology (IT), and computer science, Cybersecurity Law, Second Edition is the up-to-date guide that covers the basic principles and the most recent information on cybersecurity laws and regulations. JEFF KOSSEFF is Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity Law at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. He was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, and a recipient of the George Polk Award for national reporting.