Information technology systems are at the core of the way we live, work, and play; they impact virtually every aspect of our lives today, and businesses of all kinds are increasingly data driven. But businesses must understand and protect against the legal, business and reputational risks from actual or perceived misuse of such data. And they must navigate these waters in a world where data knows no boundaries, and in which governments and others apply differing standards and have carry differing expectations. Experts further warn (and sometimes daily news seems to suggest) that data breaches are inevitable, and businesses must plan for the operational, legal and reputational fallout of such events. Get up to speed with us on a topic that will continue to grow in importance in today’s data-driven marketplace.
Max works with clients to cost-effectively solve problems. Usually that means litigating, where Max has wide-ranging experience in state and federal courts. Sometimes it means finding creative solutions to their… Read More
Cassandra M. Porter is the Americas/APAC data privacy lead attorney for a Fortune 100 Techcompany working to transform clients’ businesses, operations and technology models for the digital era. She counsels… Read More
Elizabeth (“Lisa”) B. Vandesteeg, partner at Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Helsinger, is a legal team leader and tactical advisor for businesses. Coming from a commercial litigation background, her practice is… Read More