Kathryn (“Katy”) Boyle advises clients in identifying, evaluating, and managing complex global privacy and cybersecurity risks and compliance issues. She helps clients develop and implement privacy programs and guides them on state, federal and global privacy and cybersecurity compliance and state data breach notification laws.
Katy assists clients in their data breach investigations and cybersecurity incident response, including advising clients on data breach notification responsibilities and providing strategic advice on how to manage cybersecurity risks. She advises on enhancing existing privacy and information security policies and procedures, such as online privacy notices.
Her work includes counseling on compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for day-to-day business operations and the development of new products.
Katy graduated from Boston College Law School. During that time, she externed in the Data Privacy & Security Unit at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office where she supported consumer protection enforcement actions. She also interned with The Future of Privacy Forum and in-house with a leading cloud-based software company.