The blooming complexities of cybersecurity and privacy law require vigilance from practitioners operating in nearly every industry vertical. As illustrated by the invalidation of the Safe Harbor agreement in October, virtually overnight massive paradigm shifts can change how businesses must approach regulatory obligations, and they need strong resources to do so. On Nov. 19, international law firm, Akerman, announced that it is offering a new tool in the pursuit of that understanding, with the release of the Akerman Data Law Center.

Through partnerships with Thomson Reuters and Neota Logic, the product offers a constantly updated resource for professionals to edify themselves in the evolution of privacy and cybersecurity law. The web-based legal knowledge platform allows users to conduct global research on the rules and regulations most likely to impact their operations, utilizing a Neota-developed interface access and organizing relevant data. Users can quickly conduct research based on their region, operational footprint, industry and more.

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