The continued rising importance of cybersecurity presents public sector organizations and businesses of all sizes with a raft of challenges to address and opportunities to take. From devising a cybersecurity strategy to regulatory compliance, contracts and managing risk, this field has risen to the top of priorities for businesses in the 21st century.
As one of the most forward-looking business law firms in Israel, Lipa Meir & Co. provides advice and support to domestic and international clients in the fields of cybersecurity and artificial intelligence (AI), across a broad range of transactions, addressing the needs of a range of industries, including the homeland and defense industries.
Our team advises governmental and institutional entities, public companies, banks, as well as private companies that supply a variety of products and services to these industries and businesses. Furthermore, we provide insurance companies with legal advice on cybersecurity policies for the market.
In addition to the business and commercial legal framework, we help clients to clearly articulate and define their cybersecurity strategy, manage their internal regulatory policy on cybersecurity risks, and limit their legal exposures. Within our cradle-to-grave service, we provide legal advice regarding cybersecurity contracts, due diligence services for compliance with legislation, in Israel and abroad, and supports clients in managing cyber incidents, including any interactions with the relevant national authorities.
The lawyers in the firm hold unique expertise in governmental and regulatory affairs at the national level as well as international level, and they are experienced working with technology units. Backed by such a breadth and depth of experience, we support public-private legal engagement in the fields of cybersecurity and AI, including formulating positions and helping to shape regulation. We also provide legal advice on cybersecurity and artificial intelligence business models and R&D.
Due to the professionalism, the strategic vision, the unique experience and the variety of the services, our clients are distinctly advantaged by a special synergy between profound understanding of technology, global trends in cyberspace, and the legal sphere.
News & Publications
Virtual Cyber Mission 2.0
British Embassy in Israel
In today’s digital world, the growth in technology exposes companies to cyber threats. Lipa Meir, among the leading Israeli law firms in cyber, is proud to take part in a unique initiative, organized by the British Embassy in Israel and the Europe Israel Economic & Innovation Forum (EIEI), exploring business and Investment opportunities in the […]
Cybersecurity policies to undergo significant changes in 2021, says tech lawyer
“I expect this year to bring new strategies, regulations, and partnerships in the U.S., including with the private sector to bolster cybersecurity,” noted Vered Zlaikha, a partner and the head of Cyber Affairs & Artificial Intelligence practice at Lipa Meir Law firm. To read the full article click here
Cybersecurity in Israel – Selected Developments in 2020: Ecosystem & Regulation
The US-Israel Legal Review
While it seems the new U.S. administration is going to prioritize cybersecurity, we are delighted to take part in the Annual US-Israel Legal Review and showcase our own expertise in this fascinating field. The chapter, written by Adv. Vered Zlaikha, Head of Cyber Affairs and AI practice, provides an overview of selected opportunities and challenges in […]
As ransomware attacks are on the rise, especially during Covid-19, what would be the influence of recent steps taken by the G7 and the US? Would they change ransomware payment decision-making? How would insurance companies and incident response & forensics companies react to those developments? In the annual Legal Edition of the Jerusalem Post, Vered […]
For the First Time, EU Sanctions in Response to Cyberattacks: Enhanced Deterrence Efforts by Western Countries?
The European Union announced restrictive measures against individuals and entities from China, North Korea, and Russia. The move, the first of its kind, indicates increasing cooperation among Western countries, intended to relay a deterrent message to potential attackers – and prevent future cyberattacks. On July 30, 2020, the European Union decided to impose restrictive measures […]