Creating an effective data breach management plan to reduce risk

posted in Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, General Counsel, Legal Risk Management

According to a recent ACC survey, 70% of CLOs rate protection of corporate data and managing data breaches as an extremely or very important issue to address over the next 12 months. What’s more, 27% had experienced a data breach at their organisations within the past two years, up from 23% in the previous year’s survey. Of course, with an […]

How legal counsel can help identify data breach vulnerability and limit liability

posted in Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Legal Risk Management

As Legal Counsel, you are a key player in your company’s data protection processes. Whether you work alone or in collaboration with Compliance and Data Protection Officers, it is imperative you manage your company’s legal information to minimise legal risk created by cyber attacks and data breaches. Data breaches not only affect your company’s bottom line, but if regulators and […]

The growing role of the GC in preventing data breaches – being proactive, not reactive

posted in Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, General Counsel, Legal Risk Management

Data security is a growing focus for companies and it is no longer just an IT issue. According to a Legal Week Intelligence report, nearly 50% of General Counsel say planning for cyber-security incidents and responding to breaches is now part of their job – a figure that is likely to go up as the role of the GC expands […]

GDPR: Choosing the right tool to manage personal data processes

posted in Cloud technology, Data Privacy, Legal Risk Management

Are you searching for a tool to track and manage personal data processes within your organization? As the deadline for GDPR compliance approaches, the pressure is on to have systems and processes in place that keep data safe and help you mitigate the risks of a data breach. Obligations for both data controllers and processors have increased in comparison to the 1995 […]