Contributor: Andrew Proia

Andrew Proia is currently a postdoctoral fellow in information security law and policy with the Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research and Maurer School of Law. His work has focused on information privacy, cybersecurity and cybercrime. He is a regular contributor to Cybercrime Review and has appeared in the Indiana Law Journal and the University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy. Andrew received his JD from the Indiana University, Maurer School of Law, where he served as a managing editor of the Indiana Law Journal and was a research assistant to Professor Fred H. Cate. He received a BS in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida.


Is A Criminal Statute Necessary To Supplement a Federal Breach Notification Law?

By Andrew Proia

A few weeks ago, Jason Weinstein introduced Privacy Perspectives readers to Sen. Patrick Leahy’s (D-VT) Personal Data Privacy and Security Act of 2014, a bill that would enact a federal security breach notification law. While Weinstein’s position is well taken and should be considered as this bill moves through Congress, I believe that there is another issue that deserves considerable debate. In...

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