Privacy, Cybersecurity & GDPR

As commerce and communications have become increasingly dependent upon computing, apps, big data, the internet of things, machine learning and public and private electronic networks, global businesses must understand and manage the risks and opportunities associated with data systems and data management. A complex web of evolving privacy and data security laws and regulations, including the GDPR, now affects corporate activities and business transactions throughout the world. Wood & Lee lawyers regularly advise the firm’s clients on matters of privacy and data security compliance, GDPR cross-border data flows in transactional and intra-company data flows, security breach responses and investigations, records retention and e-discovery programs, and the protection of proprietary corporate information assets.

Wood & Lee lawyers have extensive experience working closely with clients to address and reduce their cybersecurity and privacy risks and exposures. These risks affect organisations in every industry, including healthcare, financial institutions, retailers, utilities and manufacturers, among others. Wood & Lee’s Cybersecurity, Privacy and GDPR team offers enterprise-wide cybersecurity and data protection services to its clients. We counsel clients on:

  • How to keep information and trade secrets secure.
  • Privacy, data security and GDPR compliance assessments.
  • Corporate information security policies.
  • Data security breach prevention and response programs; breach investigations.
  • Records retention and records management programs.
  • Corporate employee policies for computer, IT systems and Internet use.
  • Global employee and customer privacy compliance programs for multinational businesses.
  • Cross-border data transfers in global transactions, including Mergers and acquisitions, outsourcing, restructuring and data centre consolidations.
  • Privacy compliance in direct marketing and integrated advertising programs.
  • Responding to government requests for corporate data.
  • Policy advice to sovereign states concerning privacy laws.
  • How to comply with the expanding array of legal, regulatory and contractual obligations.
  • How to respond quickly and appropriately in the event of a suspected data breach.
  • How to represent companies before regulatory agencies.
  • How to defend against third-party claims and any litigation.

As commerce and communications have become increasingly dependent upon computing, apps, big data, the internet of things, machine learning and public and private electronic networks, global businesses must understand and manage the risks and opportunities associated with data systems and data management. A complex web of evolving privacy and data security laws and regulations, including the GDPR, now affects corporate activities and business transactions throughout the world. Wood & Lee lawyers regularly advise the firm’s clients on matters of privacy and data security compliance, GDPR cross-border data flows in transactional and intra-company data flows, security breach responses and investigations, records retention and e-discovery programs, and the protection of proprietary corporate information assets.

Wood & Lee lawyers have extensive experience working closely with clients to address and reduce their cybersecurity and privacy risks and exposures. These risks affect organisations in every industry, including healthcare, financial institutions, retailers, utilities and manufacturers, among others. Wood & Lee’s Cybersecurity, Privacy and GDPR team offers enterprise-wide cybersecurity and data protection services to its clients. We counsel clients on:

  • How to keep information and trade secrets secure.
  • Privacy, data security and GDPR compliance assessments.
  • Corporate information security policies.
  • Data security breach prevention and response programs; breach investigations.
  • Records retention and records management programs.
  • Corporate employee policies for computer, IT systems and Internet use.
  • Global employee and customer privacy compliance programs for multinational businesses.
  • Cross-border data transfers in global transactions, including Mergers and acquisitions, outsourcing, restructuring and data centre consolidations.
  • Privacy compliance in direct marketing and integrated advertising programs.
  • Responding to government requests for corporate data.
  • Policy advice to sovereign states concerning privacy laws.
  • How to comply with the expanding array of legal, regulatory and contractual obligations.
  • How to respond quickly and appropriately in the event of a suspected data breach.
  • How to represent companies before regulatory agencies.
  • How to defend against third-party claims and any litigation.

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