Resilient Executive Team
Leading the Decade of Incident Response
Gant Redmon, ESQ.
General Counsel & VP of Business Development
Gant has practiced law for nineteen years; fifteen of those years as in-house counsel for security software companies. Prior to joining Resilient Systems, Gant was General Counsel of Arbor Networks, now part of the Danaher Corporation. Gant has also been Counsel at Authentica (sold to RSA/EMC) and AXENT Technologies (sold to Symantec). In 1997, Gant was appointed membership on the President Clinton’s Export Counsel Subcommittee on Encryption (PECSENC). Gant holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Wake Forest University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia, and is admitted to practice law in Virginia and Massachusetts. Gant also holds the CIPP/US certification (Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States).
Recent Blog Entries
What to Expect at IAPP 2016
Resilient is exhibiting at the IAPP Global Privacy Summit in Washington D.C. Here are the three trends we expect to be most talked-about throughout the week.
Massachusetts Court Rules Patients Can Sue for Data Breach Damage on Data Exposure Alone
A new ruling may be adding another challenge for companies after a data breach.
New Regulations for the New Year (plus other Resilient updates)
Next year is already shaping up to be a busy one for privacy regulations.
Texas Broadens Breach Notification Law: Streamlines for Texas Entities
On June 14, 2013, Texas amended its breach notification law (Business Code Sec. 521.053) with Senate Bill 1610. Texas is well known for its extraterritorial breach notification applying to states without breach notification law (Alabama, Kentucky, New Mexico, and South Dakota). The Texas law said that in case of a breach, Texas residents and ...