Rebrand and redesign: Cyber Security Law & Practice is soon to become Cyber Security Practitioner

Rebrand and redesign: Cyber Security Law & Practice is soon to become Cyber Security Practitioner.

After almost two decades spent publishing cutting edge content for legal professionals, Cyber Security Law & Practice is to be revitalised and relaunched for the digital age, with a new look, a new name and a brand new website (the latter of which will launch in early 2017).

Our entire suite of publications will be renamed as follows:

DIGITAL BUSINESS LAWYER
formerly E-Commerce Law & Policy
LEADING INTERNET CASE LAW
formerly E-Commerce Law Reports
DATA PROTECTION LEADER
formerly Data Protection Law & Policy
CYBER SECURITY PRACTITIONER
formerly Cyber Security Law & Practice
WORLD SPORTS ADVOCATE
formerly World Sports Law Report
ONLINE GAMBLING LAWYER
formerly World Online Gambling Law Report
PAYMENTS & FINTECH LAWYER
formerly E-Finance & Payments Law & Policy
DIGITAL HEALTH LEGAL
formerly eHealth Law & Policy

The print copy of each publication will also undergo a major visual transformation - the October 2016 edition will be the first issue to showcase the new name and the new design.

A sneak preview of the new design:

Cyber Security Practitioner preview image

In addition to this we are also working on a new website (to launch early 2017), which will complement our new look and offer superior functionality.

The company behind the publications: Cecile Park Publishing will also be rebranded as Cecile Park Media.

There will be no extra costs for subscribers resulting from these changes. We will however be clarifying and expanding the subscription options available to ensure that we accommodate your needs. For more information on our subscription options please call Alastair Turnbull on +44 (0) 20 7012 1387.

I hope you are as excited about these changes as we are. While this is, in many ways, a time of great change for us, our core aims - to ensure that each publication we produce delivers insight and thought leadership from expert writers, and remains a trusted platform for discussion and analysis of emerging legal and regulatory issues - remain the same as they did when the very first publication went to print in 1999.

We are offering complimentary copies of October's issue across our entire range of publications - which will feature the brand new design - so if you would like to receive a free copy please email alastair.turnbull@e-comlaw.com stating the publication/s name/s that you would like to receive.