Robert Kang

Adjunct Professor of Law and Technology at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles


Robert Kang is an adjunct professor of law and technology at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, where he played a leading role in launching Southern California’s first cyberlaw and data privacy concentration. Kang is also in-house counsel at a US corporation working on cyber national security, as well as a member of the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Southern California Chapter Board of Directors. The views expressed here are his own. 

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It Takes a Village to Stop Cybercrime: How Cyber Information Sharing Organizations Help Businesses in Need

In days past, companies may have been reluctant to share information about cybersecurity issues with others. But in today’s interconnected society, no single entity can fight the threat of online intrusion alone. It takes a village to protect businesses from cybercrime; joining an information sharing organizations provide the means for businesses to become part of that village.