Tag archives: data protection

(Un)masking value: how the data masking market can impact M&A activity

Recent rumblings about the “data masking” market have put this concept on the radar of many, which warrants a closer look at the relevant trends and the potential of data masking. The information age has made cybersecurity a necessity and the increase of data breaches and malware attacks have led to calls for greater data … Continue reading

AI as a solution for cybersecurity problems in M&A deals

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has immense potential as a solution for cybersecurity vulnerabilities in M&A deals. Generally, M&A deals generate value and as such, understanding vulnerabilities on the acquirer and target sides is important for completion of the transaction. With the common usage of networks and servers to store high volumes of data by corporations, vetting for cybersecurity attacks has become a … Continue reading

Global payments industry: frantic M&A activity not slowing down

A payments industry that was stagnant and stale for decades has recently entered a transformational and disruptive period of innovation, with seemingly boundless growth ahead. Payments players have engaged in record-setting levels of global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity over the course of the past few years, but 2019 is poised to be yet another … Continue reading

Webinar – M&A in 2015: Data protection due diligence

The vast amount of data that is a part of everyday business and its value are far-reaching. In an M&A transaction, the focus is on identifying limitations associated with the data and the buyer’s ability to leverage it after the acquisition. On Thursday, April 30, 2015, Norton Rose Fulbright Partners David Navetta and Boris Segalis gave a web seminar on … Continue reading
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