BTI ranks Norton Rose Fulbright among firms most savvy on cybersecurity issues

United States Press release - Business March 19, 2020

In BTI Consulting Group's recently released Cybersecurity and Data Privacy 2020 report, general counsel and corporate decision-makers ranked Norton Rose Fulbright among the 16 best firms at providing effective counsel during a cyberattack and other data privacy crises.

To assemble its CyberSavvy 16 list for its first-ever data privacy report, BTI carried out more than 250 phone interviews from October 1-March 2. It supplemented this data by gathering more information related to the coronavirus pandemic through mid-March.

High-ranking cybersecurity and data privacy decision-makers from more than 15 industries, including banking, consumer goods, pharmaceutical and transportation, were interviewed for the survey.

Corporate counsel told BTI that firms on the CyberSavvy 16 list were adept at anticipating unusual, upcoming events and simplifying complex legal matters and showed unwavering dedication to clients. The CyberSavvy 16 firms appreciated the risk posed by cybersecurity and data privacy issues, BTI said.

Our global group of more than 80 dedicated data protection and cybersecurity lawyers across five continents represents clients from across industries in over 20 jurisdictions. Our lawyers’ extensive experience in this arena includes working on the first major publicly reported data breach in the US, the most prominent GDPR investigations to date, regulator investigations in more than 100 jurisdictions in just the last two years and resulting litigation. 

Our global team advises companies on how to develop a cohesive and comprehensive global strategy in relation to transactions, compliance and incident response investigations, remediation and response ensuring compliance with a range of (overlapping and at times contradictory) data protection and cybersecurity laws.