March 10, 2015
Authored by: Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
March 12, 2015
The term “Big Data” has become synonymous with the ability to rapidly analyze large volumes of data to predict outcomes and draw other insights. Big Data has grown exponentially as the insights reaped from data analysis have become crucial to the success of many companies. With this growth have come a number of data security and data privacy considerations and requirements for companies involved with big data. Join Jason Haislmaier of Bryan Cave LLP for a discussion of these considerations and requirements, including established and emerging legal standards, regulatory requirements, and best practices for data privacy and data security in a “Big Data” world.
Jason D. Haislmaier, Esq. is a partner in the Boulder, CO office of Bryan Cave LLP. Mr. Haislmaier represents emerging and established companies in technology and intellectual property transactions, with an emphasis on developing strategies for protecting, managing, and commercializing technology and intellectual property assets. He has developed a special area of expertise involving open source software licensing and compliance and works with clients in the U.S. and abroad to develop and implement open source software license compliance strategies. Mr. Haislmaier, who frequently lectures on topics involving open source software, cloud computing and other areas of intellectual property, is currently the Board Chair of the Silicon Flatirons Center for Technology and Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Information Technology, and he has been recognized in Colorado Super Lawyers, 2011–2013 and The Best Lawyers in America 2014.
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