Saad Gul, CIPP/US


Poyner Spruill


Saad co-chairs Poyner Spruill’s privacy and cybersecurity team. He advises clients on diverse privacy, data security, and cyber liability issues. These include risk management plans, regulatory compliance, cloud computing implications, and breach obligations. He has helped clients of all sizes deal with a range of issues.
Saad writes and speaks regularly on privacy, data security, and cyber liability issues. He is the author of over a dozen published law review articles, as well as several articles in trade journals. He has also served on the Cyber Security Task Force of the US Chamber of Commerce.
Saad also helps clients deal with regulators ranging from the United States Federal Trade Commission and Office of Civil Rights of the United States Department of Health and Human Services to the North Carolina Office of the Attorney General and the New York Department of Financial Services.
Along with his privacy practice, Saad also represents clients in complex commercial litigation, regulatory disputes, and antitrust matters. He has handled high-profile litigation in state and federal appellate courts across the country, including in the United States Supreme Court.
For timely updates on topics related to privacy and appellate litigation, you can follow Saad on twitter @NC_Cyberlaw or subscribe to his blog.


Contributions by Saad Gul

  • Who Reports to Whom? An Effective Corporate Structure for Your CPO and CISO
    Speaker at IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2019