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Georgia Amos

Associate & Global Cyber Practice Product Development Manager

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Georgia Amos

Georgia Amos

Associate & Global Cyber Practice Product Development Manager

People

Georgia Amos

Georgia Amos

Associate & Global Cyber Practice Product Development Manager

Georgia is an Associate in the London office with experience in cyber risk, data, and technology, and also supports the cyber practice in her role as Global Product Development Manager.

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Georgia is an Associate in the London office with experience in cyber risk, data, and technology, and also supports the cyber practice in her role as Global Product Development Manager.

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Georgia has a dual role as an Associate in the London Cyber Risk team and as Global Cyber Practice Product Manager, having joined the cyber practice following her time in the Clyde & Co Data Lab, where she worked alongside our machine learning engineers to build data analytics and legal tools.

Georgia has experience routinely advising clients in their response strategy to cyber security incidents, including negotiating with threat actors, co-ordinating forensic cyber investigations, undertaking data mining reviews, guiding PCI-DSS investigations and responding to formal data subject claims. Georgia has also advised on the legality of ransomware payments and the recovery and tracing of crypto-assets following acquisition by a third party.

Prior to joining the Cyber Risk team, Georgia spent time providing legal and regulatory advice on fintech, data, technology, and IP matters across sub-Saharan Africa whilst on secondment in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Georgia now utilises her experience as an Associate to develop client facing legal product offerings, and internal tech-led solutions for Clyde lawyers, in order to achieve operational excellence and increased efficiencies within the cyber risk continuum; to assist businesses with preparing for, responding to and recovering from a cyber incident.

Experience
  • Advising multiple organisations on the extent to which the GDPR provisions engaged in relation to the processing of personal data impacted as part of a ransomware cyber incident pursuant to Article 3 of the GDPR.
  • Managing a global cyber incident for a UK plc across multiple international entities in both capacity as data processor and data controller.
  • Assisting a global organisation with notifying multiple EU and UK data protection authorities and responding to and appealing a GDPR regulatory fine issued by one of the EU regulatory authorities.  
  • Adapting our proprietary data mining tool to ensure our technology-driven data review solution can be utilised by UK/EU clients to ensure impacted data is identified, reviewed and assessed in cost effectively.
  • Developing a technology-led offering for clients to ensure data subject access requests are dealt with in a time efficient, streamlined and cost effective manner for clients subject to the GDPR.
  • Advising a Norwegian FinTech company on its agreement governing pilot scheme(s) and regulatory sandboxes with banks in Tanzania and across sub-Saharan Africa in order to test its FinTech API platform.
  • Advising a professional services firm on its data retention, data storage and dawn raids guidance, subsequent to assisting the firm during and following a dawn-raid by a Tanzanian financial regulator. 
  • Building a programme in the Clyde & Co Data Lab to aid insurers in assessing claims and notifications made under its policies for losses attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sectors

Sectors

  • Cyber Risk

Services

Services

  • Cyber Risk

  • Data Breach, Response & Recovery

  • Data Protection

  • Data Security

  • Emerging Technology Regulation

  • Insurance

  • Internal Investigations

  • Regulatory & Investigations