Cyber Liability Lawyers in Arizona
Data Privacy & Cyber Risk Management
Data Privacy and cyber liability are critical and distinct issues for today’s businesses. Cybercrime and data privacy breaches can put a company at risk of sustaining considerable financial losses.
Whether a company is a victim of a ransomware attack, data breach, or wire transfer fraud or has a network system failure, the operational disruption and unbudgeted expenses can be financially devastating. In addition to those expenses, reputational harm and ensuing legal action taken by customers, vendors, or others who have been adversely affected can equally affect the bottom line. The Righi Fitch cyber team understands the critical importance of taking immediate action and prides itself on swift responsiveness.
Righi Fitch Law Group focuses on the rapidly evolving cyber risks for clients across various industries, including, health care, education, non-profits, industrial, technology, retail, and professional service providers. Attorney Beth Fitch heads our cyber liability team. She is not only a founding member of Righi Fitch Law Group, but she serves as our firm’s Chief Information Security Officer. She is certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, the leading privacy credential in the U.S. and frequently counsels companies on cyber liability and how to respond to data breaches. She has several published works on cyber liability and is a recognized authority on this complex legal field.
Our Cyber Risk Management Process: Decode, Design & Drive
There are three key parts to our cyber risk management process:
Decode – Consult with senior management to evaluate potential operational
disruption and reputational harm from cyber threats and vulnerabilities.
- Company Goals
- Company Culture
- Cyber Governnance/Internal policies and procedures
- Cyber Risk Assessments
Develop proper administrative, physical, and technical controls to mitigate
risk of cyber crime, data breaches and network failures.
- Internal Risk Mitigation Program
- Risk Transfer Strategies
- Contractual Risk Shifting
- Insurance Coverage
Assist senior management to implement enterprise wide best cyber practices
and risk transfer strategies.
- Employee Training
- Vendor Due Diligence
- Risk Transfer
Navigating Cyber Insurance Programs
Insurance is available for cyber risks, and our attorneys are experienced with evaluating policies and coverage to ensure it meets our clients’ needs. We represent cyber insurance companies and their insureds, as well as companies seeking cyber insurance.
24/7 Breach Response Team
In the event of a data privacy breach, our team is standing by with a 24/7 incident response service to assist our clients. Our breach response team conducts a swift yet inclusive analysis by involving cyber forensic investigators and analysts who can uncover the source and cause of the breach, as well as consider any litigation or state and federal regulatory matters that may arise. We can also coordinate appropriate breach notification requirements.
Our cyber litigation practice includes the representation and defense of companies, insurers, and their insureds. Whether we are defending third-party cyber liability lawsuits or seeking to recoup data privacy breach losses, we carefully analyze the risks and costs associated with litigation to ensure our clients’ best interests come first. As seasoned and aggressive trial lawyers, we pursue a cost-effective and prompt resolution.
Contact Our Arizona Cyber Attorneys
Our Arizona cyber liability attorneys understand precisely how to assess potential threats and vulnerabilities and can help before or after a data breach to advise clients on strategies that will help minimize liability now and in the long run. We are creative thinkers and believe in working closely with our clients to ensure they take the lead on making key decisions, based on the accurate insight we have provided. We then protect our clients’ interests to the fullest extent as we carry out a strategy tailored to their objectives.
Employer Guidance: Reopening Businesses During CoronavirusView Article
The Supreme Court of the United States issued an opinion in South Bay United Pentecostal Church v. NewsomView Article
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Commissioners held its first remote Commission MeetingView Article