We can assist your business in the following practice areas:
- Cyber Law. Our firm has a detailed knowledge of local, state, and federal cyber laws. We can help you perform cyber legal risk assessments, identify and address gaps in your data collection and retention policies, and help to update and test, or create a cyber incident response plan. We can help you to discover potential areas of legal liability in your third-party vendor program and help to evaluate potential liability concerns in your insurance coverage. We can also assist you in regularly testing your cyber incident response plan by participating in table-top and red team exercises to test the plan and evaluate how the plan addresses compliance with relevant laws, working to ensure that your plan is ready for action if needed.
- Privacy Law. Confidential consumer data is heavily regulated. Nearly all businesses operating online collect data at some level, whether it is voluntarily provided by the user or automatically scrubbed as a result of routine Internet use. Companies must be careful in how they collect, share, store, and destroy this personal information. We can ensure your handling of sensitive data is in compliance with all relevant laws. This can include the drafting and implementation of “terms of service” on company websites, privacy policies, and data collection and retention policies.
- Outside General Counsel Services. Our team can support your business as much or as little as necessary. We offer outside general counsel services in all of our cyber practice areas. Whether it is reviewing consumer data collection policies, performing a companywide legal risk assessment, or assisting with contract language and third-party vendor issues, our firm is ready to help support your business.
- Legal Corporate Training Services. Our legal training services can be tailored to the needs of your workforce, skewing as broad or as focused as necessary dependent on your employees’ digital and legal literacy. We can help your team understand what their legal obligations are and how to ensure compliance with relevant laws. We can also advise on best practices to avoid the more common cyber scams and actions to take to stay cyber vigilant.
Responsive to Your Business’s Needs
Whether your business manages a simple website or the bulk of your operations exist online, you will need to comply with cybersecurity and privacy regulations, and understand how those laws apply to your business. We can help you anticipate legal liability vulnerabilities before they become serious problems and plan for the legal fallout of a cyberattacks or related litigation. Our lawyer at Giblin Law PLLC has experience in both the public and private sector and can work with your company to determine how our services can most efficiently and effectively serve your interests.