Over two days in early October, more than 50 scholars convened for the Cybersecurity Law and Policy Scholars Conference (CLPSC). Originally planned to be held in-person, two dozen scholars presented draft research papers for feedback and discussion. The topics of papers presented ranged from governance challenges facing organizations developing security standards, to the relationship between law firms and insurers in responding to data breaches, and national security and the sharing of cyber-intelligence.
This annual conference is organized by scholars from the the Universities of Minnesota, Nebraska, Tufts, Loyola-Chicago, and the United States Naval Academy. This year’s conference was sponsored by the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center, the University of Minnesota Law School, and the Hewlett Foundation. More information about the conference, including a way to sign up for information about future events, is available at CLPSC.org.