Definition Edit

Legal defensibility is

an integrated and holistic strategy for reducing legal risk with respect to an organization's information security program. The goals are not only "good security" (which is paramount for both preventing a breach and for defending it in court), but also security that can be adequately defended in a legal context with the goal of reducing legal and liability risk.[1]

References Edit

  1. David Navetta, "The Legal Defensibility Era is Upon Us" (May 4, 2010).[1]

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