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COVID-19 and Business Continuity: Keeping Your Operations Up and Running in a Crisis

March 16, 2020

With the unprecedented spread and impact of coronavirus, business continuity and proper planning are key to helping businesses stay afloat and continue operations. Even worse, ransomware attacks and spear-phishing schemes that threaten businesses’ information are on the rise — in short, threats are emerging everywhere.

Roy Hadley shares lessons about business continuity learned from the front lines of crisis response in a quick 20-minute webinar. Learn about things to consider, best practices and more from the perspective of a seasoned cybersecurity and crisis response attorney.

For more than 30 years, Roy Hadley has been a trusted advisor to high growth businesses, governments, and family/closely held businesses. Roy’s practice, which is international in scope, includes advising clients worldwide on complex corporate transactions, particularly those involving technology, cybersecurity, life sciences, economic development, telecommunications, outsourcing and intellectual property. With a nod to our increasingly digital world, Roy provides guidance to a wide array of governments, governmental entities, and companies (and their boards) on issues related to data security and privacy.

Upcoming webinars will take place on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons through the rest of March. Topics will include considerations and requirements for employers, global supply chain and logistics issues, construction contracts, insurance coverage and disputes and more. Stay tuned for further information on this series.