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Denny Discusses Privacy, Cybersecurity & Contract Drafting: Maturing Approaches for 2022 and Beyond

April 7, 2022

Partner Bill Denny will join a Bloomberg Law CLE panel that will provide guidance on the latest rules regarding privacy, cybersecurity and contract drafting. The panel will give a practical view into significant operational trends and provide guidance on navigating the complex implications for contract drafting and approval processes. The discussion will focus on a range of current issues, including:

  • The adoption of more comprehensive data governance requirements for commercial entities and federal contractors, including for devices that comprise the Internet of Things (IoT);
  • The increased role that related insurance markets are playing in contract drafting;
  • The SEC’s scrutiny of data risk management and cyber incident disclosure practices; and
  • Standards for privacy and cyber controls that could inform state enforcement decisions.

Denny has a business and litigation practice, focusing on commercial and corporate transactions, vendor management, mergers and acquisitions, data privacy and security and information technology. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) and a Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) through the International Association of Privacy Professionals. He has represented public and privately held companies and government entities in a wide range of technology transactions, including negotiating complex cloud services agreements, software and IT infrastructure development, maintenance and support agreements, long-term materials supply agreements, outsourcing agreements, transition and site services agreements, technology licensing agreements, sales of internet domain names, and website terms of use and privacy policies.

For more information, visit the Bloomberg Law event page.