National labor, employment and cybersecurity law firm Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP is pleased to announce Lillie Jackson has joined the firm’s Cyber Team and will be located in the Dallas office. Jackson joins the 56-member team, continuing the firm’s expansion of service to clients in this critical area of business.
Jackson assists clients in responding to a variety of data security incidents, including facilitating the allocation and deployment of digital forensics and network restoration services. She also assists clients in assessing and complying with consumer and regulatory notification obligations and mitigating the risk of third-party liability. Jackson’s incident response work is informed by substantial experience conducting data privacy and information security audits and facilitating remediation of vulnerabilities. Jackson also leverages her passion for maximizing business efficiency of her clients by drafting comprehensive compliance, governance, and security protocols to meet organizations' specific needs. She has experience drafting various agreements to ensure compliance with privacy laws and regulations, such as service provider agreements, customer agreements, data processing, data transfer, and data usage agreements. Jackson drafts, evaluates, and implements policies and procedures to ensure client compliance with standards for the collection, use, preservation, processing, and dissemination of personally identifiable information. She also conducts client awareness training to improve their comprehension of the company's privacy policies, data handling practices and procedures, and legal obligations.
Jackson offers strategic insight on data protection initiatives globally, including but not limited to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), China Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LGPD), and Singapore Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA).
Prior to joining a law firm, Jackson gained valuable experience working for the U.S. Small Business Administration holding several positions during her time there, such as audit reviews and fraud analysis and prevention. She was also special counsel as a data security investigation specialist, designing, drafting, and implementing agreements to ensure compliance with privacy laws & regulations.
Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete offers a wider lens on workplace law. We have counseled employers exclusively since 1946. With offices in 21 states, we are one of the largest labor and employment law practices in the U.S., with a growing Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice group to match. Constangy has been named as a top firm for women and minorities by organizations including Working Mother Magazine, Law360, the National Law Journal and Vault.com. Many of our more than 200 attorneys have been recognized by leading authorities such as Chambers USA®, The Best Lawyers in America® and Martindale-Hubbell. Find out more about us online at www.constangy.com or follow us on Twitter @ConstangyLaw.