2014 Northern Kentucky Law Review - Law + Informatics Symposium on Cyber Defense Strategies and Responsibilities for Industry
The Northern Kentucky Law Review and Salmon P. Chase College of Law seek submissions for the third annual Law + Informatics Symposium on February 27-28, 2014. The focus of the conference is to provide an interdisciplinary review of issues involving business and industry responses to cyber threats from foreign governments, terrorists, and corporate espionage. The symposium will emphasize the role of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and industries providing critical infrastructure.
The symposium is an opportunity for academics, practitioners, consultants, and students to exchange ideas and explore emerging issues cybersecurity and informatics law as it applies to corporate strategies and the obligations of business leaders. Interdisciplinary presentations are encouraged. Authors and presenters are invited to review the Call for Papers.
The annual NKU Chase Law + Informatics Symposium was held on February 15, 2013. The symposium focused on issues in labor and employment related to informatics, including such topics as social media in the employment context, candidate screening practices, employee privacy, data security and appropriate policies, National Labor Relations Board actions, and proposed legislation to protect employee account access. The program included a day-long seminar and networking reception. Presentations delivered at the conference will be published by the Northern Kentucky Law Review. Click here for the webcasts.
The Northern Kentucky Law Review hosted the inaugural Law + Informatics Symposium on March 1-2, 2012. This conference was presented in association with the NKU Chase Law & Informatics Institute. The two-day conference gathered academics, lawyers and industry leaders from throughout the United States, Europe and Asia to focus on cutting-edge issues involving data privacy, cyber-security, international trade, internet regulation and other critical issues. The Symposium was an opportunity for academics, practitioners, and students to exchange ideas and explore emerging issues in informatics law, disruptive innovation, and the increasingly interconnected information environment.