Lorenzo Law Firm is a presenting vendor at the Safety, Security, and Survival Expo in North Florida. As data security law issues are presented, factors to considered will be discussed. Everyone’s day to day interactions exposes them to privacy issues. Whether one is at the doctor’s, taking the car to the shop, filling out an insurance form, applying for a new credit card, registering children for school, or updating a voter registration, those “points of contact” enhance one’s digital profile. Today we all use the internet for almost all aspects of our lives, and could soon include even buying food. The “Internet of Things” have brought in a new atmosphere of how we communicate and engage with one another. Your every click on a screen icon, every keystroke on a keyboard, or a touch on a mobile phone or screen, sends identifying characters. Though efficiencies and benefits abound with such ease of use, it as well records the online activity. Whether at work or at home, our online lives have no walls. Privacy and the protection of personal information are always susceptible to be seen by the wrong eyes.
Lorenzo Law Firm’s data security law work is integrated with working on privacy law issues ultimately concerned with information management. Data security law and privacy law go hand-in-hand when there is a need to engage in forensics to discover the reason for the irregular operation or irregular events occurring in our clients’ business. Information management is at the core of data security and privacy law concerns.
As LLF works with individuals, business start-ups, and companies, its efforts are involved in information issues regarding, technology, employee computer use policies, and contracts. Privacy, your personal data, and information are a matter of your daily life, whether you choose to or not. Every individual resort to the provision of pharmaceuticals, communications, and media, healthcare, services involving financial services, information service providers, professional services, human resources and, even the services provided by Internet companies. They all provide services as they collect, manage, store, and share your data. Data security and privacy concerns are intertwined as cybercrime incidents surprise daily business operations along with personal data breaches. Many data security and privacy breach incidents queries delve in on business issues and practices and incident response.
LLF’s efforts have involved the need to reach out to law enforcement, i.e., the FBI and the Secret Service, to engage in their efforts for investigating incidents. Working on Internet law, data security & privacy law, and Intellectual property issues involves many of the following concerns:
- Identity theft
- Data Security & Privacy breaches
- Breach notification
- Consumer protection issues
- Data privacy breach
- Invasion of privacy
- Data storage agreements
- Data management and records retention
- SaaS agreements and transfers
- Trademarks, Copyrights, & Trade Secrets
- Cloud computing, Contracts & Security
- Anonymous online posting – defamation
- Computer intrusion incidents
- Employee privacy & data management policy
Compliance with state and federal provisions and their notification requirements are addressed when a date breach incident occurs. Data security and privacy issues touch on many aspects of our lives. Data security and privacy gets very personal.