The Cybersecurity and Privacy Specialty Team at Butzel Long is more than a quick marketing response to the latest cyber breach news cycle. Drawing from a wide spectrum of practice areas, our Lansing cybersecurity lawyers bring seasoned and practical solutions to our diverse client base.
Our Lansing cybersecurity attorneys have experience conducting necessary risk assessments and system audits—in conjunction with licensed forensic experts—to expose and remedy both cyber and human behavioral vulnerabilities. The goal is to identify and protect: to determine what our client’s assets are, where they are, and how they are protected.
Once completed, our Ingham County cybersecurity lawyers work to implement and harden defenses using hardware, software, policies and training that will equip our clients to respond more effectively in the face of cybersecurity intrusions and data privacy breaches.
Lansing Cybersecurity Litigation Attorney in Ingham County
The Lansing cybersecurity litigation attorneys represent clients in a variety of pre cyber incident services, including:
- Cyber Risk Assessment
- Cybersecurity Awareness and Response Training
- Forensic Scanning & Review
- Incident Response Planning
- Inventory Assets / Protection Planning
- Policy Review & Drafting
- Table Top Drills
The Ingham County cybersecurity litigation attorneys represent clients in a variety of post cyber incident services, including:
- Breach Mitigation
- Breach Response & Assessment
- Coordination of Communications to Customers / Clients / Media
- Coordination with Applicable Law Enforcement
- Cyber Incident & Breach Response
- Legal Notifications / Response
- Lessons Learned; Cybersecurity Awareness and Response Training
- Notification to Insurance Carrier
- Policy Review/Revision
- Post Incident Communications to Address Potential Reputational Damage
- Retention of Licensed Forensic Team
Contact a Lansing Cybersecurity Lawyer
Experienced Ingham County Cybersecurity Law Firm
Butzel Long’s Ingham County cybersecurity attorney advisors have experience in responding to nationwide data breaches for retail companies, service organizations, and manufacturers. A swift response from cybersecurity professionals is critical when the cyber intrusion event occurs. Deploying the forensic team to assess the nature and extent of the breach / infiltration / exfiltration is a necessary first step. These investigation results help inform our Cybersecurity Team as they evaluate what laws may have been implicated and whether notification is required.
Both prior to and after the cybersecurity event, numerous elements are involved and legal concerns cross over many practice areas. Our Cybersecurity and Privacy Special Team prides itself on its collaborative style—and necessarily so, given the response demanded by the circumstances.
For more information contact a Lansing cybersecurity attorney at Butzel Long.