A cybersecurity attorney is the modern corporate lawyer.
Proficient in privacy law, computer crimes, consumer rights, contract negotiation, and breach reporting, a cybersecurity attorney also effectively communicates with INFOSEC professionals about technology to mitigate liability before and after an incident. A cybersecurity attorney prepares incident response plans, employment agreements, vendor contracts, privacy policies, and disaster protocols, while analyzing reporting requirements, regulatory compliance, and insurance coverage – all protected by the attorney-client privilege.
Sarah W. Anderson is licensed to practice law in Louisiana and Texas, focusing on cybersecurity, privacy law, commercial transactions, and property acquisitions. Sarah is Of Counsel with Alexander Sides law firm in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.