Boston - With the risk and concerns around data privacy and security continuing to escalate, global law firm K&L Gates LLP has established a preferred provider program with incident response management company RADAR, Inc. in order to offer clients enhanced-value services relating to the risk, detection, defense, and management of security incidents, including compliance with data breach laws.
RADAR® is a patented SaaS-based incident response management platform that streamlines compliance with federal, state, and international data breach notification laws. The RADAR Breach Guidance Engine™ provides a purpose-built workflow that efficiently profiles and scores data privacy and security incidents to provide decision support for legal and privacy professionals in regulated industries, such as finance, insurance, and healthcare, to reduce risk and implement incident response best practices.
“Our strategic partnership with K&L Gates reflects our joint commitment to investing in proven technologies to help clients reduce risk and costs associated with incident response management,” said Mahmood Sher-Jan, CEO of RADAR, Inc. “We are honored to be the first preferred provider selected by K&L Gates for its program and to have K&L Gates as a preferred legal service provider.”
“RADAR’s offerings align closely with our firm’s vision to leverage innovation and technology to support the legal advice and assistance we have long provided clients,” said K&L Gates’ Chief Marketing Officer Jeffrey J. Berardi. “This advanced technology will provide additional value to clients as they develop effective solutions to protect and manage information assets and to comply with this complex and rapidly changing area of law.”
K&L Gates’ leading data privacy practice assists clients in establishing and implementing privacy and information security policies, procedures, and contracts; deploying new technologies; and avoiding and mitigating regulatory enforcement actions. In addition, the firm has substantial experience conducting and managing complex litigation in this area, negotiating agreements for technologies and related services to implement information management systems, and providing policy and regulatory services to help businesses anticipate and shape changes to privacy and security laws and regulations.