ABA Resources

List below are just some of the many cyber resources brought to you by the Task Force and the ABA.


Periodicals (Check back regularly for cybersecurity features)

Individual Pieces



HIPAA: A Practical Guide to the Privacy and Security of Health Data, Second Edition
HIPAA: A Practical Guide to the Privacy and Security of Health Data, Second Edition

CLE Audio/Video Recordings



Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice 

Antitrust Law Section:

Business Law Section

Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice

Criminal Justice Section

Section of Dispute Resolution

Section of Environment, Energy, and 

Health Law Section

Section of Intellectual Property

Section of International Law 

Judicial Division

Labor and Employment Law Section

Law Practice Division

Section of Litigation: 

Section of Public Contract Law

Real Property, Trust, and Estate Law Section

Section of Science & Technology Law

Learn more about the following committees: Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Committee; Big Data Committee; Cloud Computing Committee; E-Filing Committee; E-Privacy Committee; Homeland Security Committee; Information Security Committee; Insurance Technology and Risk Committee; Internet of Things Committee; Open Source Software Committee; Privacy and Computer Crime Committee

Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section

Formal Opinions

On-demand CLE/Webinars


Standing Committee on Law and National Security


  •  Resolution 112 on the emerging ethical and legal issues related to AI in the legal profession, August 2019 (Science & Technology Law Section)
  • Report and Resolution 108 on the importance of cyber-preparedness and actions that should be taken to prevent a cyber-attack from occurring, February 2017 (Standing Committee on Disaster Response and Preparedness)
  • Report and Resolution 116 urging 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, August 2015 (Cybersecurity Legal Task Force)
  • Report and Resolution 109 addressing cybersecurity issues that are critical to the national and economic security of the United States, August 2014 (Cybersecurity Legal Task Force)
  • Report and Resolution 118 condemning 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, August 2013 (Cybersecurity Legal Task Force)
  • Cybersecurity Legal Task Force: Five Principles,  November 2012 (Cybersecurity Legal Task Force) 
  • Resolution 105A, amending 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, August 2012 

Programming and Institutes