Michelle Aggromito is a senior lawyer in the Melbourne commercial technology and sourcing team focusing on IT, privacy and data protection.
Michelle regularly advises a variety of technology software, hardware and infrastructure procurements and on large transformational platform implementations and a variety of technology software, hardware and infrastructure procurements. Michelle supports her clients by providing assistance through multi-vendor negotiations, and provides strategic advice in regard to legal frameworks and documentation.
Michelle has extensive experience advising customers and vendors in the technology industry, with particular focus on the procurement of data warehouse infrastructure and security (such as rackspace and co-location services), embedded networks infrastructure, software licensing, systems integration projects, and data privacy and protection.
Michelle also advises clients on the obligations of various Australian privacy laws, including in relation to the mandatory data breach notification scheme and handling difficult data and security breaches. She also regularly writes posts for the K&L Gates blog on Cyberwatch Australia.
Prior to joining K&L Gates, Michelle worked in the UK as an Australian qualified lawyer advising on IT, intellectual property and data protection law. In 2017-18, Michelle worked on secondment as Acting Head of Legal at Brady Plc., a London based company that provides software solutions for global commodity and energy trading.
- Law Institute of Victoria member