Our Cybersecurity & Data Privacy team advises businesses on proactively defending and mitigating the risks of cyber and information incidents that potentially may arise from a variety of threat vectors. The accomplished group has vast experience counseling clients regarding cybersecurity and data privacy matters. Among our attorneys are counselors who are designated Certified Information Privacy Professionals (CIPPs/U.S.) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. This standard indicates that they have a comprehensive understanding of U.S. privacy and security laws, regulations and requirements and experience in strategically guiding companies in related matters.
Across all industries, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, we have extensive knowledge and understanding in assisting them with the development and administration of internal cyber policies that comply with late-breaking state privacy laws. We guide clients on potentially crippling ransomware attacks and data breach responses, unauthorized disclosure of information resulting from the loss or theft of electronic devices, transaction due diligence, litigation arising out of cybersecurity matters, data mapping and mining, supply chain management and comprehensive knowledge management.
Working alongside the Intellectual Property and Commercial & Technology Transactions teams, we collaborate to counsel organizations on using knowledge management and information governance to develop strategic competitive advantages. With state-of-the-art/science counseling, we provide advice for effectively managing and leveraging data assets. Our clients attain and maintain compliance with regulations and also discover meaningful insights and intelligence to make tactical refinements and adjustments that put distance between themselves and competitors. We guide organizations in establishing interdisciplinary cybersecurity and data privacy management programs that pull together disparate organizational facets, including privacy compliance, standards of care, risk management, human resources and information technology. These programs use a revise-and-update-by-design methodology to keep pace with the changing threat environment and mitigation standards.