CAYTONS LAW : Data Breach

Should a breach occur, it is vital to ensure that it is dealt with immediately and appropriately to minimise the impact of the breach and prevent a recurrence. Caytons Law and its technology partners can manage all aspects of the analysis, rectification and public relations. The firm will also assist in quickly establishing whether the breach is sufficiently serious that the Information Commissioner needs to be informed.

Breaches of the Data Protection Act have become an increasingly high profile issue. A breach could damage the reputation of the business and its relationship with it's clients, suppliers or staff, possibly exposing all or a specific party to fraud, blackmail, identity theft and distress. The target company could also be sued or fined up to £500,000.

Our confidential service covers all of the major scenarios and ensures that a full audit is undertaken and recorded, using the best prevailing best practices. Addressing the data breach quickly and with efficiency is essential in the damage limitation exercise, so please contact us immediately.

DAVID COPPER

Partner

DD: +44 (0)20 7398 7608

copper@caytonslaw.com

For the past 25 years, David has been a well known and respected developer of claim management and underwriting platforms, being a pioneer of Software as a Service (SaaS) in the insurance and legal sectors as far back as 1998.

David is the architect of the innovative 'Caytons Cloud' platform that provides remote access to the virtual case files as well as work-flow, KPI and MI facilities for the benefit of Cayton Law staff and clients.

David obtained a Master of Science degree in Information Technology from the University of Liverpool.

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