NYC Bar, Arbitration Groups Release Cyberthreat Guidelines

Law360 (April 16, 2018, 4:51 PM EDT) -- The New York City Bar Association, the International Council for Commercial Arbitration and the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution released a draft protocol Monday that offers guidelines on necessary cybersecurity practices for international arbitration practitioners.

The draft protocol, released by the working group at an ICCA conference in Sydney, was compiled to encourage awareness of cybersecurity risks among international arbitration practitioners and provide a framework that practitioners can utilize to ensure they’re complying with the best practices to reduce cybersecurity risk, the draft says.

The draft aims to spark a “vigorous discussion about cybersecurity issues and how they should...

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