After an information security breach, your company could be viewed as a victim and a villain.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April 07, 2016
Kirkpatrick Law will be discussing how companies affected by data breaches can be viewed as both a victim and a villain. Startup organizations have the unique opportunity to address information security at the onset of establishing the company. Established companies are now facing many challenges to protect information, secure infrastructure, and comply with laws. Although startup companies may have higher constraints on resources, these businesses are not immune from many of the rules, regulations, and risks that more established companies face.
This presentation will discuss what is at stake for startup companies that choose to ignore the reality of cyberthreats or fail to comply with the rules that are enforced by various governmental entities. Realistic and cost-effective measures can be taken to comply with laws, prevent data breaches, and mitigate risks.
Brian Kirkpatrick, founding shareholder of Kirkpatrick Law, is a business and technology attorney and a cybersecurity enthusiast who gives frequent presentations on the subject of cybersecurity. He has also provided Continuing Legal Education nationally to lawyers about how cybersecurity affects their practice, and ways that lawyers can protect their client's information. During this presentation, he will share some approaches that he has shared with his own clients to limit cybersecurity legal issues.
About Kirkpatrick Law PC
Kirkpatrick Law provides legal assistance to companies in all phases from startup to enterprise in the areas of business organization, technology transactions, intellectual property, privacy, and cybersecurity.