With our long track record of working on high-stakes matters, and given our thought leadership in the area of cybersecurity, our team of attorneys offers the experience and expertise necessary to address the legal, business and regulatory risks posed by the brave new cyber world. Although the risk of a cyberattack cannot be eliminated, Paul, Weiss is able to help companies plan for and respond to cyber incidents in order to limit the resulting harm. 

The Regulatory and Enforcement Outlook for Financial Institutions in 2017: Trends in Sanctions, Anti-Money Laundering and Cybersecurity

Economic sanctions, anti-money laundering and cybersecurity remain at the forefront of U.S. regulatory priorities.  In this memorandum, we survey major developments and trends in these areas in 2016 and early 2017 and provide an outlook for financial institutions in the year ahead.  Although the Trump Administration brings considerable uncertainty, the focus by federal agencies-and by the N.Y. Department of Financial Services-in these areas is likely to remain rigorous.  We provide some practical suggestions for continuing to strengthen compliance in this challenging environment.

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Cybersecurity Update – Key Steps to Limit Legal and Business Risk

In this video, litigation partners Lorin Reisner and Roberto Gonzalez and counsel Richard Tarlowe discuss the legal, regulatory and business risks presented by data breaches and other cyber incidents, and steps corporate executives and general counsel can take to minimize those risks.

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Leading Federal Prosecutor Joins Paul, Weiss

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP announced today that Richard C. Tarlowe, Chief of the Complex Frauds and Cybercrime Unit of the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York and a former member of its Securities & Commodities Fraud Task Force, will join the firm as counsel in its litigation department, where he will focus on white-collar criminal defense, cybercrime, government investigations and high-stakes litigation.

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