In a recent article for Latin Lawyer, Debevoise lawyers Jeremy Feigelson, Andrew M. Levine, Christopher Ford, Joshua Smith and Stephanie Cipolla address some of the key legal requirements that apply around the globe, with a focus on certain jurisdictions in Latin America, and strategies for reducing legal and reputational risks related to data management.
“Legal requirements concerning cybersecurity and data privacy are continuing to multiply in the Americas and around the globe. As they do, global standards are emerging for what a corporate cybersecurity and data privacy programme should look like in the ordinary course, and for how to respond when things go wrong,” the authors said. “Above all, response plans should be designed to preserve and build trust, through clear, prompt and careful communication and action followed by effective long-term remediation.”
Data Privacy and Cybersecurity: Crisis Avoidance and Management Strategies
November 28, 2018
By Jeremy Feigelson, Andrew M Levine, Christopher Ford, Joshua Smith and Stephanie Cipolla