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Corporate Directors’ & Officers’ Legal Duties for Information Security and Privacy: A Turn-Key Compliance Audit Process, by Charles Cresson Wood



An extensively researched and tightly scripted process allowing any licensed attorney to quickly generate a Professional Opinion, indicating whether the Directors & Officers at any United States corporation are in full compliance, in all material respects, with their legal duties in the information security and privacy area. 
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  • First edition; all rights reserved, copyright © 2020
  • Sold only as a hardcover book set of two volumes
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-9799914-5-5 (volume 1);
    ISBN-13: 978-0-9799914-6-2 (volume 2)
  • Library of Congress Control Number (LCCN-2020901127)
  • Approximately 1,100 pages including 85 exhibits, tables, flowcharts and graphs
  • Shipping weight: 8.5 pounds; book dimensions 8.50 X 11.00 X 1.75 inches for each volume
  • Publisher: InfoSecurity Infrastructure, Inc., PO Box 708, Mendocino, CA 95460 USA
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