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Cybersecurity

 
Our services support clients in achieving regulatory compliance and assisting them with cybersecurity policies and processes.

Jurisconsul cybersecurity assistance involves delivering legal advice to clients on protection of data, information systems, and digital assets from breaches, attacks, and unauthorised access.  

We help our clients by drafting or reviewing:

  • Cybersecurity Policies and Procedures: Developing and revising cybersecurity policies and procedures in order to establish organisational standards for secure practices.

  • Contractual Agreements: Conducting contractual agreement drafting and review with partners, service providers, and vendors to ensure that obligations pertaining to cybersecurity are precisely defined and fulfilled.

  • Incident Response and Data Breach Notification: Assist clients in the execution of incident response strategies aimed at managing cybersecurity crises, such as breaches involving data. Providing guidance on the legal responsibilities and timeframes associated with informing regulatory bodies and affected parties about a data breach.

  • Cyber Insurance: Providing guidance on the negotiation and selection of cyber insurance policies in order to mitigate the financial risks that arise from cybersecurity incidents.

  • Third-Party Risk Management: Managing and evaluating the cybersecurity risks that third-party service providers and vendors pose. Assuring that adequate security measures are incorporated into contracts with third parties.

  • Intellectual Property Protection: Examining the legal aspects pertaining to safeguarding intellectual property, such as proprietary information, patents, and trade secrets, against cyber threats.

  • Cybersecurity Compliance in Mergers and Acquisitions: Providing guidance regarding the potential risks and legal ramifications of cybersecurity in the context of transactions. Advocating for clients in legal proceedings pertaining to incidents of cybersecurity.

  • Emerging Technologies: Examining the legal implications pertaining to emerging cybersecurity technologies, including but not limited to quantum computing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.


 

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