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February 1, 2017 | Regulations & LegislationBy Debra Farber, IANS Faculty
Each quarter, IANS provides an update on the emerging international compliance laws and regulations that impact the information security community. For Q4 2016, we provide a short summary for each jurisdiction in which there was a change, followed by a more detailed description. An updated table of jurisdictions and changes can be accessed here.
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