Aside from personal health information, financial institutions hold some of our most sensitive, personal information — and, as such, the financial sector is predictably one of the biggest targets for cybercrime. As a highly regulated industry in both the cyber and privacy realm that incorporates the Gramm Leach Bliley Act, the New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Requirements, and the Federal Trade Commission Cybersecurity Guidance, financial institutions face extraordinary and unique cybersecurity and data privacy challenges.
XPAN Law attorneys closely examine relevant financial regulations and contractual obligations to provide our clients with comprehensive counseling and guidance to create secure and compliant environments. Combining its legal experience with technological know-how, our team understands how to move forward with the details necessary to create compliant solutions for the demands of technology, administrative and legal. XPAN Law understands how the languages of law and technology can work together to fortify corporate defenses to then better protect its assets and resources in a way that is both comprehensive and cost-effective.