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November 2, 2016
NEW YORK—The National Law Journal has named Covington’s Jennifer Martin as one of its “Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Trailblazers.” The list profiles 50 lawyers “who have helped make a difference in the fight against criminal cyberactivity and towards adding much needed layers of data security in an increasingly digital world of commerce.”
Ms. Martin has worked at the intersection of law and cybersecurity for the past 17 years. Her expertise in this area has been uniquely honed through her experience managing cyber risks and responding to threats from a variety of perspectives: as the director of cyber incident response and operations, and as lead in-house internal investigations counsel at Symantec; as a managing director of a top cybersecurity and forensics consulting firm; and as a federal and local cybercrime prosecutor and policymaker.
In its feature of Ms. Martin, The National Law Journal highlights her previous experience at the Department of Justice where she served as negotiator for the Council of Europe Convention on Cyber Crime and prosecuted one of the first economic espionage cases against three Chinese nationals who allegedly stole trade secrets from Lucent Technologies.