Our cybersecurity team has been deeply engaged in all aspects of cyber since 2010, making it one of the longest established specialist legal teams around.
We firmly believe that cybersecurity challenges can only be met with a multidisciplinary approach: that's why our cybersecurity team is made up of specialists from our tech & comms, commercial, data protection, dispute resolution, corporate, HR and intellectual property groups. But for cyber our multidisciplinary approach goes further; we have longstanding and close relationships with a broad spectrum of forensic IT and cybersecurity consultants, PR agencies, cybersecurity insurers and other relevant experts to provide a holistic response.
Clients turn to us for advice on the challenges and opportunities presented by all angles of cybersecurity, for example we have:
Cybersecurity incidents are always unpredictable: we can help you to mitigate the impact through careful resilience planning, cyber education and cyber incident response practice. But when an event does occur, we understand that it is an emergency and we are well versed in responding accordingly.
If you would like to know more about how we can help you to prepare and respond to a cybersecurity incident, please get in touch with Simon Shooter.
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NISR: Key deadline ahead as UK DSPs must register by November 1, 2018
NISD: First key deadline as Essential Operators required to register by August 10, 2018
As the implementation date of the NIS Directive approaches we ask: are Digital Service Providers (DSPs) aware of their compliance obligations?