Sinan Pismisoglu advises clients on product development, privacy and security compliance, AI ethics, SaaS contracting, Big Data, data licensing and ownership, supply chain and vendor management, and incident preparedness and response. He solves complex cybersecurity, information security, compliance, and operational issues beginning with early planning and prevention through detection, remediation, and crisis management. Sinan collaborates with engineering teams to create compliance-integrated risk management frameworks, governance, and ethics programs for emerging technologies such as AI/ML, cybersecurity, IoT, and cloud models.
Sinan also has substantial experience designing sophisticated table-top exercises based on real-life APT attack scenarios, and advises clients on breach management, setting up malicious and unintentional insider threat programs, insider threat technical monitoring, and jurisdictional restrictions on monitoring. He is particularly experienced in IaaS, SaaS and SIaaS applications, SLA negotiations, global data sovereignty, and data localization, country-based regulatory risks, and the implementation of bring-your-own-key practices against unnoticed government intervention.
Sinan’s area of interest is the cybersecurity issues that arise due to the use of fourth-generation SCADA systems in critical infrastructure. His background also includes commercial and investment disputes in oil and gas EPC contracting. Earlier in his career, he represented foreign governments in investment disputes and advised on EPC contracting strategies.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Sinan Pismisoglu