Data has been called the new oil or new gold, and the lifeblood of many organizations. Romaine helps organizations protect their data, continuity and reputations, from cybersecurity and data privacy incidents.
As a technology and data lawyer, Romaine has represented organizations during litigation involving injunction hearings, bench and jury trials, and investigations relating to data breaches, malware attacks, crypto and digital asset fraud, security misconfigurations, social engineering and other exploits. As organizations implement technological shifts, Romaine helps them reduce potential legal exposure by advising on industry-specific policies and procedures, directing risk assessments and developing written information security programs.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Romaine C. Marshall