Panama Papers – how to deal with data breaches

Panama Papers – how to deal with data breaches

Panama PapersWhat compliance issues might organisations be facing following large data leaks and breaches such as the Panama Papers, and how can they protect themselves against such breaches?

It is still not clear what the source of the breach is, i.e. who might be behind this and how the documents got into the public domain. What is known is that the materials fr

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About the author:

André Bywater is a commercial lawyer with a focus on regulatory compliance, processes and investigations. His practice has engaged both the private and public sectors.

He was Brussels-based for many years focusing on a multitude of EU issues during which time he worked across Europe and beyond. He has assisted and advised mainly European and US in-house counsel and other company personnel. Further, he has also addressed a variety of legal matters in the context of EU-funded projects building the expertise and capacity of government ministries and agencies in Central and Eastern Europe and further afield. He therefore brings to the practice a wide range of experience and skills.

He qualified as a lawyer in the UK in 1993. He is a Cambridge University graduate and a fluent French speaker with a reasonable command of Russian.