Cristina focuses her practice on domestic and global privacy and data security. She provides advice to a wide range of clients in the healthcare space, including pharmaceutical and medical device companies, healthcare providers, financial institutions, sourcing providers, retail companies, online businesses, and other organizations on issues relating to healthcare privacy, domestic and global privacy, cross-border data transfers, behavioral advertising, and the preparation and implementation of broad-based privacy compliance. Cristina is well-versed in HIPAA and related issues, as well as GDPR and CCPA readiness, CPRA, CAN-SPAM, other US privacy and state medical privacy laws.
Cristina also regularly counsels clients on complex domestic and global data security events, including investigations of potential compromise, determining notification obligations to federal and state and global breach notification requirements, as well as response to related inquiries from government agencies and other parties. Cristina had advised companies on a wide range of data security incidents, including ransomware, HIPAA breaches, insider threats, phishing attacks, and access controls.
- Illinois~United States (2017)
- Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law (JD, cum laude) (2017)
- University of Michigan (BA, honors) (2010)
- Co-author, “Virginia Signs Privacy Bill Into Law,” Connect on Tech, 4 March 2021
- Panelist, “Data Privacy at the Airport: Is it Possible to Protect Sensitive Data?” Connect on Tech, 3 March 2021
- Co-author, “Florida Makes Moves on Privacy Legislation,” Connect on Tech, 23 February 2021
- Co-author, “New York’s ‘Sister Bill’ to the CCPA,” Connect on Tech, 5 February 2021
- Co-author, “EDPB Publishes Guidelines on Examples Regarding Data Breach Notification,” Connect on Tech, 4 February 2021