Jim Prendergast

Jim Prendergast is a founding partner of Mullen Coughlin. Mr. Prendergast’s practice is focused on representing clients who have experienced a data compromise and clients with data privacy issues. Mr. Prendergast has represented clients with high profile, national exposure data compromises. Mr. Prendergast uses the legal skills and talents he developed over the past twenty-five years as a prosecutor and trial attorney to assist his clients. Mr. Prendergast has represented many clients who have suffered an exposure of credit card data as a result of criminal hacking or unintentional exposure. Mr. Prendergast has also represented numerous colleges and universities, which have been the victims of cyber attacks and other data events. He provides counsel to his clients from day one of the compromise until compliance is accomplished. Mr. Prendergast works on a daily basis with federal and state regulators, federal and local law enforcement officials, issuing and acquiring banks and the credit card industry. In addition, Mr. Prendergast assists clients with HIPAA compromise and compliance issues, preparation of incident response plans and other data privacy consulting issues. Mr. Prendergast is also a frequent speaker on data privacy and data security matters.

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TECH360 Looks Forward to Autumn 2021

As you might have guessed, TECH360 has been rescheduled for Autumn 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The organizing team – comprised of local business leaders and the team at CCEDC – has prioritized the safety of attendees above all else. Our planning efforts continue behind the scenes as we work to bring a fantastic in-person event in the fall of next year. In the meantime, head over to the ITAG website for updates on the many activities happening there.

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