Cybersecurity on Your Project: Why Not Follow National Security Strategy?
Both private and public interests are at risk.
When taking into account cybersecurity liabilities, it can’t hurt to clarify those who have the most to keep safe. Keep in mind that our defense agencies, which have the uppermost efforts of national security, might have a risk assessment and a prevention model that transforms to the construction industry. This white paper reviews the DHS’s “five pillars” approach to achieving national cybersecurity.
Partner in the office of Snell & Wilmer, L.L.P. (https://www.swlaw.com/people/rick_erickson)
Practice emphasizes all aspects of construction law
Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous topics relating to construction litigation and transactions
Author of many publications related to construction law and commercial litigation
Past chair, State Bar Executive Council for Construction Law; Affiliate Affairs Committee, Associated General Contractors; fellow, American Bar Foundation; Arizona Builders Alliance; Maricopa County Bar Association, Construction Law Section
J.D. degree, University of The Pacific; B.S. degree, University of Arizona
Can be contacted at [email protected], 602-382-6540, or https://www.linkedin.com/in/rick-erickson-9510794
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