Nearly every business is at cyber risk. Cyber Law is where the law meets the Internet, and with the online world continually evolving, it is important to consult with an attorney that can keep up with the changes. If you are a startup, small business, or any type of organization that does business on the Internet, you need to ensure that your digital assets are protected and that all other web-related legal matters are fully addressed.
In today’s digital economy, companies face unprecedented challenges in managing privacy and cybersecurity risks associated with the collection, use and disclosure of personal information about their customers and employees. The complicated framework of global legal requirements impacting the collection, use and disclosure of personal information makes it imperative that modern businesses have a sophisticated understanding of the issues if they want to effectively compete in today’s economy.
As one of a handful of Great Plains’ law firms practicing in the area of Cyber Law, Swier Law Firm’s lawyers understand the emerging threats to the security of IT systems, and related cyber-regulatory efforts by governments that pose unique challenges to companies serving private sector or government customers.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Data breach and cybercrime
- Compliance with local and state privacy laws
- Public sector issues and freedom of information
- Information governance and records management
- Security policies and bring your own device (BYOD)
- Employment issues
- Investigating incidents
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