Cyber Security: How GDPR is already impacting the public-private relationship

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Series Details Number 97
Publication Date 14/10/2019
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For anybody wanting to participate in a public-private relationship within the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the calculus must be weight of the well-known “carrot” gained from collaborative exchange with the new regulatory “stick” being wielded in Europe.

The public-private relationship has long been heralded as a key arena in cyber security, where collaborative arrangements can ensure greater resilience to cyberattacks and swifter responses to cyber incidents. This article argues, however, that the relationship will change greatly in a post-GDPR world. The relationship should now be considered as one where collaboration is augmented with coercive measures in order to change private sector behavior in cyberspace.

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