Current Cybersecurity Practices in Latin American International Arbitration: A Comparative Analysis of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico
Article from: TDM 3 (2019), in Cybersecurity
Latin American countries are going through a substantial review of their data protection rules and legislation to align them with global trends and best practices. This process has shown that gaps in data protection regimes call for immediate implementation of substantial cybersecurity measures across the region. Yet, little attention has been paid to the vulnerability of international arbitration to security breaches, especially given its fast growth as a dispute settlement mechanism in Latin American nations and the growing use of data sharing through electronic means in arbitral ...