Private Practice

Associate - IT/Cyber security

Associate - IT/Cyber security

  • The practice focuses on technology and data protection matters and assists a wide range of international clients across various industries on technology projects, including in connection with large outsourcing deals, cloud contract and licensing arrangements.
  • This department works closely with the corporate and private equity practice groups, advising on the technology, commercial and data protection related issues involved in complex transactions, including with respect to emerging issues in big data, artificial intelligence, internet of thing, health care, blockchains and fintech.
  • This department also assists the litigation, white collar crime and arbitration practice groups in relation to data protection aspects arising from the discovery or e-discovery of information in investigations, legal and arbitral proceedings.
  • You will preferably have a technical background including IT, cybersecurity and coded classes and must be able to independently run technology projects.
  • As IT and data protection are areas in constant growth, it is key for the new associate to keep abreast of any legal, regulatory case-law and industry-specific development.

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