Kosseff, J. (2018, March 1). Defining cybersecurity law. Iowa Law Review, 103(3), 985. This journal article discusses the limitations of U.S. laws in that they do not have a unified and coherent vision for the regulation and promotion of cybersecurity. A comprehensive definition of cybersecurity law and the implications for organizations and future research are discussed.
Howard, D., & Harris, C. R. (2019, July 1). Cybersecurity: What Leaders Must Know. Physician Leadership Journal, 6(4), 49. This journal article details specific threats and risks associated with the healthcare industry and the need to maintain compliance with the law and regulations through adequate investing in cybersecurity.
Haig, N. (2020, February 1). A plan for regulatory change. A top-down assessment model can help internal auditors keep tabs on regulations and ensure the organization is prepared for what lies ahead. Internal Auditor, 77(1), 31. This journal article discusses a top-down assessment model that can help internal auditors keep in sync with regulations and ensure the organization is prepared for what regulation changes of the future.
Romaniuk, S.N., & Manjikian, M. (2021, January). Routledge companion to global cyber-security strategy. Routledge. This companion provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date comparative overview of the cyber-security strategies and doctrines of the major states and actors in Europe, North America, South America, Africa, and Asia.
National Conference of State Legislatures (NSCL). (2022, January 12). Cybersecurity legislation 2021. This website provides information about recent cybersecurity legislation, including introductions, enactments, and the status of various legislation by state.
This website provides a governance cross-site report and case studies that explore cross-enterprise governance mechanisms used by states across a range of common cybersecurity areas and offer insight on trends and concepts useful to other states and organizations that face similar challenges.
Jackson, B. W. (2020). Economics, innovation, and the art of a long view: A deep-dive on the national security implications of China's 2016 cybersecurity law. National Security Law Brief, 10(1), 93–196. This journal article provides a very comprehensive view of the impact of new laws and the advancements in technology on organizations in the nation and beyond.