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An Introduction to the Definitive Source of Actionable Intelligence on Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Law and Regulation
The Cybersecurity Law Report is an information service that provides business analysis of critical legal issues related to the cybersecurity, data protection and data privacy challenges facing entities across industries.
Each Report contains practical, plain-English guidance on compliance strategies and best business practices to assist outside and in-house counsel and compliance professionals with the dynamic issues unfolding in this area.
We understand the needs of in-house counsel and compliance professionals and are in the business of helping them protect vital information and comply with evolving state, federal and industry regulatory requirements while enhancing their bottom line.
Unlike other sources, the insight within the Cybersecurity Law Report derives from our in-house legal experts, who leverage their extensive legal experience and networks to interview industry luminaries and procure expert perspectives.
In addition to our own researched and sourced thematic articles and analyses of developments in the space, we publish selected contributed articles from experts. For submission guidelines, please contact Rebecca at Rebecca.Parker@acuris.com.
To subscribe today, please contact Rory Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 686-5337.
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Sign up to receive two complimentary issues of the Cybersecurity Law Report, and full access to all subscriber benefits until publication of the third issue following the date on which you sign up.
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As Senior Editor of the Cybersecurity Law Report, Jill manages editorial content, cultivates relationships with experts and writes on a range of cybersecurity and data privacy topics, with a focus on operational guidance for privacy and security leaders as well as legal and regulatory developments. She also leads webinars and speaks at privacy and security conferences.
Jill was previously an editor at Thomson Reuters and spent the majority of her legal career as a litigator at Dentons, where she gained significant experience in both state and federal courts on a wide array of matters, including intellectual property and contracts. She was also Of Counsel at The Lustigman Firm where her practice focused on advertising law, including regulatory work and litigating false advertising and unfair competition claims.
Jill graduated summa cum laude from Touro Law School, where she was a Law Review editor, and has a BA in public relations from The University of Florida.
Rebecca Hughes Parker
Rebecca is the Global Editor-in-Chief of the Anti-Corruption Report and the Cybersecurity Law Report. She steers the editorial, business and technological strategies of the products, leading the editors, reporters and guest contributors. Rebecca also writes and edits extensively and speaks publicly as an expert on anti-corruption, cybersecurity and data privacy compliance. She was the founding Editor-in-Chief of the Anti-Corruption Report and subsequently launched the Cybersecurity Law Report.
Previously, she was a litigator at Dentons, where she represented clients across a range of legal areas, amassing significant trial, appellate and internal investigation experience and earning the firm’s pro bono prize. Earlier in her career, Rebecca was an award-winning broadcast journalist at metro-NYC stations.
Rebecca received her undergraduate degree magna cum laude from Harvard University and her law degree from Columbia University. She holds a CIPP/US designation.
As Deputy Head of Sales, Max is responsible for business development and commercial efforts for Acuris Compliance products including the Hedge Fund Law Report, the Anti-Corruption Report and the Cybersecurity Law Report.
Max has extensive experience speaking with subscribers and sources to understand the unique challenges facing corporate legal and compliance officers as well as their advisors. Leveraging these conversations, he works with the editorial team to deliver the most substantive database of proprietary analysis to Acuris subscribers.
His background is in business to business solution selling.
He has a bachelor’s degree with a double major in Marketing and Management from the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina.
As the Law Report Group’s Business Development Associate, James wears many hats: managing relationships with Anti-Corruption Report, Cybersecurity Law Report and Hedge Fund Law Report subscribers; heading the Group’s webinar initiatives; and working with each of our product teams to ensure the ACR, the CSLR and the HFLR are running as well-oiled machines.
James joined Acuris in the summer of 2017 after graduating from Washington University in St. Louis with a BSBA degree. He majored in both marketing and entrepreneurship and minored in psychology.
James has experience working in the Investor Relations and Marketing Department of a large New York-based hedge fund manager and has developed cross-departmental skills working in the front office of a consumer products and manufacturing company as well.
As Copy Editor of the Law Report Group, Kate copy edits and proofreads all the content in the Hedge Fund Law Report, the Cybersecurity Law Report and the Anti-Corruption Report.
Kate has a background in journalism, and was formerly the Senior Copy Editor and Director of an English-language news site in Cairo, Egypt, from 2013-2016. Prior to that, she reported on the United Nations headquarters in New York City for a major Japanese daily newspaper.
She is fluent in French, Arabic and Japanese.
Rory leads the Law Report Group products as Managing Director. Through consistent engagement with industry leaders and his talented team, the Anti-Corruption Report, the Cybersecurity Law Report and the Hedge Fund Law Report are regarded as some of the most authoritative information resources in their respective fields. Rory's responsibilities also include commercial oversight in the Americas of sister products Acuris Risk Intelligence and Wealthmonitor.
Rory has over a decade of experience with Acuris holding senior sales positions, leading new product launches and the acquisition of the Law Report Group in 2014. Prior to joining Acuris, Rory was a VP at Acupay/Bondholder Communications Group and the commercial head of a technology firm. He holds a B.A. in English from Fordham University.
As Business Development Manager, Bryan is responsible for commercial efforts and client relationships with leading corporations, law firms and private funds for Acuris Compliance products including the Cybersecurity Law Report, the Anti-Corruption Report, and the Hedge Fund Law Report.
Prior to joining Acuris, Bryan gained experience in the business intelligence industry working as an Associate at Third Bridge where he helped private equity firms conduct their due diligence in potential investment opportunities.
He graduated from Providence College with a bachelor’s in finance and a focus in history.