The TMT sector is growing at an astounding pace. Businesses in the sector have rapid product and service development, expanding workforces and operations in multiple jurisdictions.
It is important to ensure that internal processes, including those to protect reputation, effectively support businesses as they mature to allow them to continue to exploit the opportunities presented by the digital age.
- are rapidly innovating and diversifying to compete with the next wave of disrupters. Events overtake them leaving them unprepared in a crisis
- operate on a global scale, transferring vast volumes of their own and their customers’ data , leaving them more exposed to cyber crime and the consequences more severe
- are at the forefront of research, development and innovation. They create valuable intellectual property which is a target for corporate crime
- are collaborating to grow. Businesses need to be aware of the exposure a joint venture partner, acquisition target or new parent company presents. Are their reputation management policies as robust as yours?
- work hard to retain the best talent to support their growth. A badly handled crisis can do damage in the eyes of prospective customers and employees.
Our tier 1 technology, media and telecoms practice is at the heart of technology and the law, anticipating the big future developments and their business impact. We understand the importance of technology, data and reputation to your continued success in the digital world. We recognise the challenges and threats.
We are effective and experienced in equipping our clients to address these issues and enable them to achieve their strategic objectives.
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