Maier Law Group

Data Privacy

Safeguarding Your Data. Protecting Your Assets.

data security training

Why is privacy important?

For many companies, data privacy and security can seem like a daunting area of the law and an unnecessary nuisance. But protecting your company’s information is the key to optimizing your workplace and avoiding privacy litigation. Without it, you may expose trade secrets and other information that gives you a competitive advantage in the marketplace, while leaving yourself open to privacy violation lawsuits and enforcement actions. In contrast, when you enhance data security, you shore up your key assets and increase employee and client trust, resulting in a more effective, productive, and lucrative company.

How we help

The Maier Law Group knows privacy, and we know how to make it accessible. We’ll provide your staff with trainings that greatly enhance data security through increasing awareness of the company’s security policies, discussing security best practices, and giving real life examples of what happens when companies fail to take data security seriously. Our trainings include funny videos of data security gone awry, and more serious but compelling real life stories that explain why data privacy and security go hand in hand. We are happy to share with you the outstanding reviews our trainings have received.

The Maier Law Group will also enhance your data security through practices such as auditing your data flows, creating necessary structures for importing data from other countries, and drafting relevant privacy policies that truly protect your information.

In worst case scenarios, we’ll defend you in enforcement actions or privacy lawsuits.

We specialize in understanding the privacy issues that are most common to life science, high-tech, and emerging companies. These include importing and exporting data internationally, the use of consent forms in clinical trials, and building a baseline data security structure that will weather the test of time as your organization grows and its data flows become more complex.