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Corporate Security

Corporate Security

Data Protection and Privacy

The exponential rise in cyber-attacks, ransomware reports and data breaches has given organisations an increased focus on securing personal and company data.

Since 2018, the data protection posture changed across the UK, the Middle East, Europe and beyond.  The implementation of General Data Protection Regulations (“GDPR”), the UK’s Data Protection Act 2018 (“DPA2018”), the UAE’s Personal Data Protection Law and other international privacy laws,  have all implemented tougher rules on how personal information must be handled and protected.

Data protection rules are clear and concise, yet they potentially carry substantial financial penalties for non-compliance and significant reputational harm.

Our data protection team also has a deep understanding of other international data protection laws, including:

  • UAE’s Personal Data Protection Law

  • the DIFC’s Data Protection Law (Dubai International Financial Centre)

  • the ADGM’s Data Protection Regulations (Abu Dhabi General Market)

  • the DHCC Health Data Protection Regulation (Dubai Healthcare City)

  • Saudi Arabia’s Personal Data Protection Law

  • Oman’s Personal Data Protection Law

  • Bahrain’s Personal Data Protection Law

  • Kuwait’s Data Privacy Protection Regulation

  • Qatar’s Data Protection Law

  • Jamaica’s Data Protection Act

  • Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act

  • British Virgin Islands’ Data Protection Act

  • Barbados’ Data Protection Act

Cyber Crime Investigations

The unstoppable growth of cyber-crime means organisations of all sizes need to rethink their approach to the security. Everyone knows that security is important. We all rely on the Internet, IT and other connected systems, all of which without the appropriate protection could be at risk from cyber-crime.

These cyber-crime and attacks are becoming increasingly more sophisticated and stealthier, targeting people, networks and devices.

Brand Protection

Our brand protection services helps clients identify whether their products are being counterfeited. Trademark infringements are serious Intellectual Property crimes that defraud consumers.

They threaten the health and safety and violate the rights of trademark, patent, and copyright owners. Moreover, “Fake” or “Forged” products pose a significant threat to consumers’ safety by putting their health and safety in jeopardy.

We’re here to help.

Our teams in the UK and Dubai deliver due diligence, investigation, and protection services across multiple jurisdictions. From small start-ups to large enterprises, we’ve got you covered.

 

 

What you can expect when asking your question:

We aim to respond within 12-hours, with the thoroughness and expertise of a Certified Specialist. This comes with a free, no-commitment initial consultation.