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D. Verdon ; Fidelity Nat. Title Group, Jacksonville, FL, USA

A wide range of legal and regulatory issues surround Web software development, including the need to protect consumer information. A good set of security policies limit company exposure. Understanding and implementing good policies is therefore as essential as implementing SSL. In this article, we consider two simple questions: why should software architects and developers work with corporate information security policies and, just as important, how? But first, a disclaimer: by virtue of this discussion, we inevitably have to consider relevant state and federal laws and regulations. However, this article isn't predominantly about the law and isn't meant to render legal advice. Instead, we hope to understand how policy compliance plays a pivotal role in obtaining protection both under and from the law. This article doesn't provide an exhaustive study of all the relevant laws, but we cited some sources of further information

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IEEE Security & Privacy  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 4 )