Schillings is the definitive expert in reputation defence. At a time when a cyber breach or data loss can knock business confidence, Schillings is the only business in the world able to offer an award-winning defamation and privacy legal offering with risk consulting and cyber security. Whether it's identifying potential reputational risks before they happen, implementing procedures and investigations to counter the reputational threat posed by cyber crime and data losses or protecting reputations with the same legal robustness shown over the last three decades, Schillings safeguards client reputations, whatever the threat.
From reputation resilience to reputation defence, the steps you take to protect your reputation are as crucial as those you take to build it. At a time when an innocently placed image on social media can impact the credibility of a business leader and data loss can undermine stakeholder confidence in a business, successful individuals and businesses face a huge variety of threats with the potential to negatively affect their reputations.
With more than 30 years of award winning legal experience, Schillings help clients assert a more powerful commentary in the face of reputation attacks by anticipating and containing threats through a combination of Risk Consulting, Law and Information Security. Whether it's identifying potential reputational risks before they happen, implementing new procedures or developing a reputation protection strategy with the same legal robustness shown over the last three decades, Schillings safeguard client reputation -- whatever the threat.
So when people start talking about you, it's time to start talking to us.
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