Debevoise Launches Groundbreaking Suite of Tools for Data Security Needs

19 October 2021

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP’s Data Strategy & Security practice has launched its Debevoise Data Portal. The Portal, which had been in beta testing since June 2020 with a select group of users, is now available for subscription.

The Portal consists of a groundbreaking suite of tools that helps clients address business critical data security issues:

  • The Cyber Breach Notification Assessment Tool: Allows subscribers to rapidly assess notification obligations by answering a series of questions about a hypothetical or actual cyber incident. The tool then generates a detailed report of the applicable breach notification obligations and generates templates for the actual notifications.
  • The AI Regulatory Tracker: An interactive database of the latest AI regulatory developments that assists subscribers with future-proofing their AI programs and building models that will help withstand scrutiny of future AI regulatory regimes.
  • The Cybersecurity Enforcement Tracker: A continually updated and searchable database of regulatory actions and civil litigation brought against companies that have experienced a data breach. The tracker enables subscribers to monitor cyber enforcement and litigation trends and draw predictions about the impact of actual or hypothetical cyber incidents.

Portal subscribers gain access to a dynamic ecosystem that is regularly updated to reflect the latest changes in breach notification laws and regulatory guidance, enabling users to gain a better understanding of their own exposures to various cyber and AI risks.

A brief overview of the Portal is provided in the above video. Please contact to schedule a demo or for more information.

Combining cybersecurity, privacy, business continuity, artificial intelligence, M&A diligence and data governance practices into one fully integrated and coordinated group, the Debevoise Data Strategy & Security practice is global and interdisciplinary. The practice advises leading companies on responding to cybersecurity events, including regulatory inquiries and civil litigation, and advises clients on their overall data strategy, including how to protect and optimize the data that they maintain on premises, with vendors and in the cloud.