Kilpatrick Townsend helps its clients protect their most important assets and values. The firm’s Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Governance Practice takes a comprehensive, multidisciplinary, and integrated approach to:
- Global privacy, cybersecurity and data governance counseling, risk management and program design and development
- Response to all manner of incidents and threats relating to the confidentiality, availability and integrity of information
- Conducting investigations and preventing and resolving consumer and business disputes and regulatory concerns
- Coordinating with litigators on the cybersecurity, privacy and data governance aspects of disputes
- M&A and other transactional support on privacy, cybersecurity and data governance issues
- Drafting and negotiating commercial contracts and developing organizational programs regarding data-sharing and data rights
- E-commerce–related strategies and compliance
More about our practice here: : Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Governance
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