Report and Resolution 300A
Urges the United States (“U.S.”) Congress to preserve and protect each American citizen’s right to vote in federal elections by enacting legislation that prohibits the use of false, deceptive, or misleading statements, information, acts, or practices by a foreign principal or its agent.
Report and Resolution 300B
Urges federal, state, local, territorial, and tribal governments, and private sector entities to promote digital literacy, civic education, and public awareness to build societal resilience to domestic and foreign malign disinformation operations.
Report and Resolution 118
This Resolution urges the United States Congress to protect the security and integrity of U.S. federal elections by enacting legislation that authorizes and appropriates necessary funding for the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Report and Resolution 108
The Cybersecurity Legal Task Force authored a section within this report on the importance of cyber-preparedness and actions that should be taken to prevent a cyber-attack from occurring. See pages 6-7 of the report.
Report and Resolution 116
This resolution urges the federal, state, local, territorial, and tribal legislatures and government agencies to provide the funding necessary to develop, implement, and maintain appropriate cybersecurity programs for the courts and to train court personnel on methods to counter threats and protect judicial information systems from cyber intrusions or data breaches.
Report and Resolution 109
This Resolution addresses cybersecurity issues that are critical to the national and economic security of the United States (U.S.). It encourages private and public sector organizations to develop, implement, and maintain an appropriate cybersecurity program that complies with applicable ethical and legal obligations, and is tailored to the nature and scope of the organization, and the data and systems to be protected.
Report and Resolution 118
This Resolution condemns intrusions into computer systems and networks utilized by lawyers and law firms and urges federal, state, and other governmental bodies to examine and amend existing laws to fight such intrusions.
The ABA House of Delegates amends the black letter and Comments to Model Rules 1.0, 1.6, and 4.4, and the Comments to Model Rules 1.1 and 1.4 of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct dated August 2012.
The ABA's Board of Governors approved a policy in November comprised of five cybersecurity principles developed by the Cybersecurity Legal Task Force.