In the 2022 edition of our long-running annual podcast, partners in Mayer Brown’s Technology Transactions practice will discuss trends that will drive and shape technology transactions. This year’s program will focus on convergence of cloud, AI and data; innovation through new and complex collaborations; continued change in cybersecurity and privacy laws and priorities; increasing focus

On February 11, 2019, President Trump signed an “Executive Order on Maintaining American Leadership in Artificial Intelligence” (the “Order”) and, in doing so, set out a high-level strategy to strengthen the leadership position that the United States has maintained in AI. Important for companies, the Order sets off a number of opportunities for the private

As businesses turn to cloud computing solutions and accumulate data in the cloud, they are presented with many challenges for complying with data privacy and cybersecurity regulations. Join Linda Rhodes, Brad Peterson and Joe Pennell on November 14, 2017, for our webinar Security and Privacy in the Cloud. They will cover topics including:

  • The background

Businesses today are increasingly turning to cloud computing solutions and accumulating data in the cloud at a staggering pace. Although cloud solutions have many advantages, they also present challenges. For example, cloud providers generally do not customize the cloud environment for any particular customer’s business needs given the multi-tenant nature of cloud solutions. In addition,

Cyber threats continue to evolve, and data privacy considerations continue to grow more complex. Whether defending against global ransomware campaigns or adjusting to new legal regimes governing international data transfers, companies of all sizes today face unprecedented cybersecurity and data privacy challenges.

Our practical guide, Staying Ahead of the Curve: Cybersecurity and Data Privacy—Hot Topics

The New York State Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) on September 13, 2016, proposed regulations, to be effective as of January 1, 2017, that would mandate cybersecurity standards for any entity authorized by DFS to operate in New York, including certain banks and insurance companies doing business in New York. The proposed “Cybersecurity Requirements

On March 2, 2016, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (NAIC) Cybersecurity Task Force proposed a comprehensive Model Law that is intended “to establish the exclusive standards for data security and investigation and notification of a breach of data security” for licensed insurance companies. The proposed Model Law would apply to all insurers, producers “and