Area of focus

Breach Preparedness, Response, Investigation, and Communication

Representative experience

We acted as coordinating counsel for the breach response for a retailer that experienced one of the largest data breaches ever.

We act as litigation and regulatory investigation counsel for a medical insurer that experienced the largest data breach in its industry sector.

We counseled hundreds of companies on data breach response.

We helped numerous companies with data breach preparedness. This included the use of table top exercises and analysis.

Hogan Lovells Publications

Post-market medical devices, cybersecurity, and the U.S. FDA’s growing concerns

From insulin pumps and pacemakers to defibrillators, medical devices increasingly rely on wireless and internet connectivity for efficient operations. Unfortunately, these interconnections...

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Why companies in Mexico should reassess their compliance with data privacy protocols — and their risk of a data breach

According to the Constitution of Mexico, the protection of personal data is a fundamental right of all Mexican citizens. Under federal law, individuals also have a right to access, change,...

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How the U.S. healthcare sector can prepare for and harden its systems against cyberattack

“The number one issue on the minds of many CEOs and boards is cyberattacks and data breaches,” said Hogan Lovells partner Marcy Wilder. In this hoganlovells.com interview,...

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Changing Cybersecurity Threats in the Context of the Internet of Things: Don’t Blink or You’ll Miss It

In this hoganlovells.com interview, Washington, D.C.-based Hogan Lovells senior associate Paul Otto talks about security issues created by the exponential growth of the Internet of Things...

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Proposed changes to the law on data breach notifications in Australia

The law on the notification of data breaches in Australia looks set to change. The Privacy Act 1988 does not currently require companies that suffer a data breach to notify the Australian...

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New MAS Outsourcing Guidelines important changes for financial institutions and insurers in Singapore

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (the "MAS") last week issued new Guidelines on Outsourcing Risk Management (the "Guidelines"), the result of an industry wide consultation process which...

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