All businesses rely on information. Smart organizations view information as a business asset, leveraging its value while satisfying compliance requirements and controlling risk. Organizations with poor information governance saddle themselves with unnecessary expense and the risk of costly privacy, data security, and information management exposures. Some learn the hard way, through data breaches, regulatory enforcement, or uncontrolled e-discovery. Others simply fail to gain the efficiencies of getting the right information to the right people at the right time.
Husch Blackwell's interdisciplinary Data Privacy, Security & Breach Response group includes experienced lawyers, technologists, records managers and information privacy professionals with a broad view of information compliance, risk and value. We provide insights and solutions that enable you to quickly achieve firmer control over your information, while making meaningful progress toward your long-term data security objectives.
Confidential information is a key factor in building competitive advantage in the marketplace. But the possession of private data raises a host of legal issues. Any business that collects, uses or distributes confidential information is subject to an increasing array of laws that regulate notice, choice, consent, access and permissible use.
Cybertheft, cyberextortion, mobile device loss, misappropriation of confidential business information, unauthorized disclosures of protected information … it’s a dangerous world for your organization’s data. And not only large organizations are at risk. Increasingly, hackers are targeting mid-sized organizations, often as service provider gateways to their business partners’ critical business data and customer and employee information.