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Tiffany Kim is an attorney in Ice Miller’s Litigation and Data Security and Privacy Practice Groups. Her background as a former homeland security planner and tactical communications operator with the U.S. Marine Corps give her a unique perspective when advising clients on cybersecurity matters.

Tiffany advises clients on compliance with state, federal and international data protection laws including data breach notification laws, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), HIPAA and the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). She is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional U.S. Private-Sector (CIPP/US) from that organization. Tiffany also assists clients with significant security incidents during the response, investigation and remediation phases. Additionally, Tiffany assists clients with developing and implementing record and information management programs to comply with statutory and regulatory requirements, mitigate risk, and improve operational efficiency.

Prior to law school, Tiffany served as a Homeland Security Planner with the Kent County Sheriff’s Office. In her role as Homeland Security Planner, she developed emergency response plans for public and private entities through systematic planning, evaluation and analysis of program elements to enhance a nationwide strategy for prevention, preparedness, response and recovery capabilities. Additionally, Tiffany served as co-chair of the West Michigan Cyber Security Consortium.
Formerly, Tiffany served active duty with the United States Marine Corps, where she specialized in tactical communications as a field radio operator.
Tiffany received her juris doctor from Indiana University Maurer School of Law. During law school, Tiffany actively participated in the Cybersecurity & Privacy Law Association and Business and Law Society and advanced in the Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition as an Octofinalist with Brief Writing Honors. In addition, she served as a Symposium Editor of the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies.Tiffany received her Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, in criminal justice from Grand Valley State University.

Tiffany began her legal career as a summer associate at both a Michigan law firm and Ice Miller, where she gained experience in data breach response; compliance with state, federal and international data protection laws; and various litigation and corporate matters.

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  • 2021 Cybersecurity Conference, Indiana Chamber of Commerce, “The State of Cybersecurity and its Legal Landscape: Regulation Updates from the Office of the Attorney General,” June 23, 2021 – Indianapolis, IN
  • The Ins and Outs of LGBTQ+ Law, “Cyberbullies: How Cyber Criminals Can Hurt More Than Your Bottom Line,” June 17, 2021 - Virtual Conference
  • American Council of Engineering Companies, "Cybersecurity: How to Prevent Cyberattacks and Respond When They Occur," February 10, 2021 - ACEC Webinar
  • Indy Women in Tech, “EMPOWERIndy@Home Power Panel," October 27, 2020 - Indianapolis, IN
  • InfraGard Indiana Chapter Education and Commercial Facilities Sector Conference, “Legal Response to Emerging Cyber Threats During Covid-19,” September 18, 2020 - InfraGard Webinar
  • Lorman Education Series, “Data Security Tips for Remote and Mobile Working,” July 10, 2020 - Lorman Webinar
  • Marion County Bar Association, "Cybersecurity 101:  Protecting Yourself, Your Firm, Your Clients," December 11, 2019 - Indianapolis, IN
  • Lorman Education Series, "Keeping Passwords, Financial and Personal Information Safe:  Privacy, Security, Risk," November 14, 2019 - Lorman Webinar
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