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Cyber security and data protection: Learning from your own mistakes is good, learning from somebody else’s mistakes is better — the reasons underpinning fines and what regulators expect of cyber security
Cyber security legislation goes far beyond data protection rules. Data protection, however, offers a very useful point of reference for both information security professionals and lawyers, with important lessons for non-personal data. This paper describes recent decisions that give an indication of how authorities assess potential risks, and thus indirectly help to highlight best practices.
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Peter Craddock heads the privacy, cyber security and ICT law team at NautaDutilh in Belgium. Peter has extensive experience handling complex projects in the fields of privacy and data protection, cyber security, e-commerce, software contracting and procurement and the outsourcing of IT services. His unique combination of legal expertise and experience as a software developer allows him to provide targeted advice to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and global players in a manner that reconciles business, technical and regulatory requirements. He also regularly assists clients with projects relating to new technologies and new ways of using data. Peter has assisted in the development of various tools for clients, particularly in the fields of data protection and cyber security, including a tool to assess the severity of data breaches and a smart checklist for compliance monitoring purposes.
Eline Van Bogget works as an associate within the privacy, cyber security and ICT law team at NautaDutilh in Belgium. Eline assists clients on data protection and cyber security. Prior to joining NautaDutilh, Eline obtained an LL.M in intellectual property law from Queen Mary University London.