Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Adds Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Governance Attorney in New York
NEW YORK, NY (July 31) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Julie Grundman joined the firm’s New York office as a Senior Associate on the Global Sourcing and Technology Team. Ms. Grundman will focus her practice on cybersecurity and data privacy, joining a nationally recognized Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Governance practice led by Partners Jon Neiditz and Amanda Witt, based out of Atlanta, and Partner Raymond O. Aghaian, based out of Los Angeles.
Ms. Grundman has expertise in cybersecurity and privacy law and policy, and has held leadership positions in both the private and nonprofit sectors, most recently at IronNet Cybersecurity. Ms. Grundman’s experience ranges from corporate transactions and governance, to cybersecurity risk management, and product deployments.
With her diverse cybersecurity experience, Ms. Grundman is well-positioned to counsel Kilpatrick Townsend’s clients in a complicated and rapidly evolving cybersecurity threat and regulatory environment. Ms. Grundman will advise clients on a wide-range of cybersecurity matters to include cybersecurity risk assessments and mitigation strategies, data breach response, and regulatory compliance, including advising clients on compliance with the New York State Department of Financial Services cybersecurity rules.
“Julie’s leadership in the cybersecurity world will offer our clients important perspectives on their programs,” said Jon Neiditz.
Ms. Grundman earned her J.D., cum laude, from Boston College Law School. She received her B.A. in Political Science from Grinnell College.
About Kilpatrick Townsend’s Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Data Governance Practice
To help safeguard our clients’ information, business operations, intellectual property, and corporate reputations, Kilpatrick Townsend’s Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Governance Team offers the full spectrum of cyber legal services across the U.S. and abroad. Our integrated team of multidisciplinary attorneys and technical staff uses its in-depth experience, legal acumen, and relationships with domestic and international law enforcement, government regulators, data protection authorities, and policy groups to craft timely, cost-efficient, and practical solutions that balance our clients’ internal and external needs.
About Kilpatrick Townsend’s Global Sourcing and Technology Practice
The Global Sourcing and Technology Practice at Kilpatrick Townsend is ranked nationally and internationally by Chambers and Partners in the category of Information Technology Outsourcing and regularly assists companies with a wide range of transactions. The team’s experience includes business process and information technology outsourcing, ERP licensing and systems integration transactions, managed network services transactions, technology and e-commerce transactions, and joint ventures and strategic alliances. Our team of attorneys provide clients with a balanced and solution oriented approach to negotiations that is tailored to achieving the strategic business objectives of our clients while managing the attendant risks.
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