Tag: Cybersecurity

6 Hours of Social Media Blackout in Arbitration? The Cybersecurity Perspective author.

6 Hours of Social Media Blackout in Arbitration? The Cybersecurity Perspective

Did Monday 6th October 2021 feel like a snow or rain day to you? With Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and...

By Katie Hyman, Wendy Gonzales
Plenty of Phish in the Sea: Cybersecurity and the Revised IBA Rules on Evidence author.

Plenty of Phish in the Sea: Cybersecurity and the Revised IBA Rules on Evidence

This article was first published on the Thomson Reuters Practical Law Arbitration Blog, here. It is a trite but a...

By Sebastiano Nessi, Simon Demaurex
Arbitration Conversation No 60: Wendy Gonzales, Founder of Cyberarb author.

Arbitration Conversation No 60: Wendy Gonzales, Founder of Cyberarb

In this episode of the Arbitration Conversation Amy interviews Wendy Gonzales, Founder of Cyberarb (the Initiative for Cybersecurity in International...

By Wendy Gonzales, Amy Schmitz
Snapshot on Cybersecurity from the 2021 QMUL Survey on International Arbitration author.

Snapshot on Cybersecurity from the 2021 QMUL Survey on International Arbitration

Measuring the impact of the Covid-19 global pandemic in the International Arbitration field was not an easy task. However, it...

By Cemre Kadioglu, Carolina Mauro, Wendy Gonzales

A New EU Directive on Cybersecurity is on the Way: New ‘Cyber Obligations’ for International Arbitration Stakeholders?

Introduction The conversation about cybersecurity in international arbitration has been going on for quite a while now, perhaps mostly in...

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