The value of data as an asset has increased substantially in today's global digital economy. In the high-stakes environment of global intellectual property and technology services, businesses, consumers and individuals need protection. With more than a decade of experience in helping to protect a wide range of businesses — including one of the world's largest insurance companies — Privacy, Data and Cybersecurity partner Trisha Sircar provides practical guidance and creative solutions regarding global privacy and data security risks and compliance issues.
Operating at the intersection of technology and law
Trisha provides clients with practical advice to help manage and mitigate the risks associated with the collection, use and disclosure of personal data and confidential information. This involves strategizing with clients to develop and maintain a global privacy program and assisting them in managing their day-to-day privacy compliance needs. Trisha reviews, drafts and negotiates global privacy, data security and records management provisions in third-party contracts and cross-border data transfer agreements. She conducts extensive privacy impact assessments to evaluate technology, analytics and innovation projects, and helps implement such projects in compliance with applicable privacy, data security and records management requirements.
She also advises on the practical application of complex state, federal and international privacy and information security legislation, regulation and case law developments, and coordinates with government affairs teams and local compliance officers to advocate a client's position and interests within US and international working groups and trade associations, on proposed legislation, regulation and industry frameworks.
Trisha provides strategic advice on information security and privacy-related incident response, including global notification obligations, crisis management, and internal and external communications. In addition, she develops proactive incident response solutions through the creation of robust incident response programs and tabletops, tailoring appropriate notification solutions and ensuring the correct personnel and vendors are in place. She counsels clients on handling regulatory investigations and lawsuits arising from a privacy and cyber incident and any resulting theft, loss or unauthorized use of confidential or personal information, as well as any alleged violations of applicable data privacy laws.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Trisha Sircar