Preparing clients for future threats
The BTI Consulting Group has named our Global Cybersecurity practice as among the seven firms "Best at Cybersecurity," based on a recent survey of in-house counsel.
The top firms in BTI's survey are "leading the charge on privacy and cybersecurity issues," and they have distinguished themselves from competitors by "proactively reaching out to help prepare clients for future threats," BTI reported. Cybersecurity and data privacy are among the biggest issues of concern for company executives, according to BTI."Cybersecurity matters are among the most challenging for institutions around the world, and we are honored that we have the trust of those institutions to handle their most significant matters and that our efforts have been recognized as leading the market," said David Lashway, Co-Chair of the Firm's Global Cybersecurity practice.
The BTI ranking comes after Corporate Counsel Magazine recently named Baker McKenzie No. 1 for Cyber/Privacy Counsel in its annual "Best of Corporate Counsel" rankings, based on votes of more than 1,500 in-house counsel.
Our Global Cybersecurity practice advises many of the world's largest companies in high-stakes matters through the Firm's network of offices in 47 countries. The practice brings an unmatched understanding of the global cybersecurity landscape and covers all aspects of data protection planning and implementation.
The group’s practitioners are repeatedly sought out by the Fortune 500 to advise on enterprise risks associated with information security -- including before, during and after a network breach -- and complex regulatory and criminal matters. The practice also conducts global investigations around the theft or compromise of confidential data, and is called upon to advise and represent clients in government proceedings and investigations, and litigate on all aspects of network intrusion related issues.