Jon Neiditz co-leads the Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Governance Practice at Kilpatrick Townsend. One of the first lawyers to focus broadly on data governance and knowledge asset protection, he remains the only person recognized by Best Lawyers in America® both for Information Management Law and for Privacy and Data Security Law.
For decades Jon has helped clients anticipate, obviate, and manage information privacy and security risks; appropriately monetize information; comply with privacy, data protection and cybersecurity laws around the world in pragmatic ways; and contain and prevent harm from incidents while maximizing resilience and recovery afterwards.
Jon was selected as a “Cybersecurity Trailblazer” by the National Law Journal and as a Ponemon Fellow. Jon is certified by the IAPP in Europe as well as in the U.S. (CIPP/E, CIPP/US and CIPM).
- Lead privacy advisor on acquisition by the world’s largest telecommunications company of its advertising network platform, and now lead external privacy advisor on readiness of that platform for the California Consumer Privacy Act, development of new market segments and establishment of data rights.
- Obtained closure of investigations by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and the California and Georgia Attorneys General of a privacy incident involving complex issues associated with cryptocurrency vulnerabilities, and helped our client, a leading e-commerce provider, avoid any such exposures in the future.
- Managed a major information crisis for a global education software provider in which extensive data on the individual health, safety and education needs and arrangements of students across the English-speaking world was deleted. As with all crises managed by Jon to date, no consumer litigation has (thus far) resulted.
- For many financial services information companies, consumer products manufacturers, retailers, health care companies, and business services organizations adopting “big data” strategies or otherwise looking for new ways to protect knowledge assets, developed and helped to implement comprehensive overhauls of a wide range of policies governing corporate, customer and third party information, including privacy, e-communications, trade secrets, surveillance, retention, security, and defensible disposal programs. Kilpatrick Townsend has also led many privacy and information security compliance and auditing programs under such new programs.
- General service as global outside privacy counsel to leading manufacturers, financial services organizations, retailers and benefits administrators.
- Helped numerous medical device manufacturers, mobile health care apps and many types of shared health information portals address health care privacy and information security issues.
- Assisted high-profile advocacy organizations, business services organizations and law firms to make their infrastructure more secure, including advising on migration of data into cloud computing environments.
- Regular service as global advisory counsel on data storage, processing and transfer issues involving complex connected car and big data initiatives around the world for a large telecommunications, hosting and platform company. Representation including issues under Chinese, Russian, South Korean, Malaysian, Japanese, Thai and Hong Kong laws, as well as under many European and Latin American data protection laws and the laws of Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
- Negotiated privacy and security protections on behalf of a global insurance conglomerate, a global logistics company and a global manufacturer in connection with cloud-based CRM and HR solutions for global workforce and customer bases, including review and incorporation of safeguards and bases for data processing and transfer in Asia, Europe and Latin America.
- Yale Law School, J.D.
- Dartmouth College, B.A.
- Georgia (1998)
- Connecticut (1986)
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