The average data breach takes 277 days to detect, and remediation costs to fix the data breach can average $8.1 million. Companies are attacked every day by cybercriminals intent on wire fraud and stealing customers' personal information. This threat has emerged simultaneously as the present environment provides opportunities for growth through M&A activity. The acquisition of a company with an undetected breach can result in liabilities that far exceed the purchase price. If your company plans to participate in the opportunity that consolidation presents, how do you realize the return on your investment when cyber risk can cause severe financial, reputational, and legal consequences?
Join Justin Daniels, a cybersecurity SME, and M&A attorney, for an interactive exercise that peels back the cyber risk inherent in the execution of M&A strategy.
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC
Cybersecurity SME and Attorney
Justin provides his corporate clients a pragmatic approach to addressing cyber as a business enterprise risk at every stage in the business lifecycle. He specifically advises the C-Suite executives and boards on identifying and managing cybersecurity risk concerning mergers and acquisitions, investment capital transactions, vendor and customer contracts, and cyber insurance. He leads breach incident response teams on ransomware and wire fraud cases in industries ranging from medical IT and logistics to manufacturing.
Justin also provides strategic advice to clients regarding blockchain technology. He represents one of the largest cryptocurrency mining facilities in the country. He has helped clients create and iterate business models that address regulations, including federal and state money transmitter laws. He has extensive experience handling the power contracts and related critical infrastructure necessary to engage in cryptocurrency mining profitably.
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