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Market price effects of data security breaches
Edward A. Morse, Vasant Raval & John R. Wingender Jr., Market Price Effects of Data Security Breaches, 20 Info. Security J.: A Global Persp. 263 (2011).
This study examines the impact of reported breaches in computer security using event study analysis. We use the event-study methodology to measure the magnitude of the effect of data security breach events on the behavior ...
Regulation, markets, and integrity: An essay on the framework for trust in the protection of personal data
Edward A. Morse, Regulation, Markets, and Integrity: An Essay on the Framework for Trust in the Protection of Personal Data, in Something Bigger Than Yourself: Essays in Honour of Richard De Mulder 165 (Pieter Kleve & Kees van Noortwijk eds., 2011).
The quest for security entails agency relationships, whether protecting ourselves from the rogues and vandals of the Internet, or protecting our personal information in the hands of commercial actors. Firms that provide ...
From private to public ordering: An expanding federal role for regulating privacy and data security?
Edward A. Morse, From Private to Public Ordering: An Expanding Federal Role for Regulating Privacy and Data Security?, in Bus. L. Today (July 2011), http://www.americanbar.org/publications/blt/2011/07/02_morse.html.
This article discusses recent legislative issues in the United States affecting privacy and data security and assesses prospects for new measures affecting businesses and their customers, including the impact of private ...
FACTA the matter: Recent cases involving payment card receipts illustrate flaws in "Bounty" enforcement regime
Edward A. Morse, The FACTA the Matter: Recent Cases Involving Payment Card Receipts Illustrate Flaws in "Bounty" Enforcement Regime, Lydian J., Apr. 2011, at 15.
This article discusses flaws in the "bounty" enforcement regime within FACTA and its application to payment card receipt disclosures in recent cases.