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Moriah Daugherty advises clients on a broad range of cybersecurity, data privacy, and national security matters, including government and internal investigations, regulatory inquiries, litigation, and compliance with state and federal privacy laws.

As part of her cybersecurity practice, Ms. Daugherty specializes in assisting clients in responding to cybersecurity incidents, including matters involving Advanced Persistent Threats targeting sensitive intellectual property and personally identifiable information. Ms. Daugherty also assists clients in evaluating existing security controls and practices, assessing information security policies, and preparing for cyber and data security incidents.

  • Represent multiple companies in responding to data and cybersecurity incidents, including attacks by Advanced Persistent Threats targeting personal information of individuals and intellectual property.
  • Represent clients in conducting internal investigations related to sensitive national security matters and associated regulatory and litigation risks.
  • Represent clients in responding to regulatory enforcement proceedings and preparing for related civil litigation.
  • Advise companies in development of cybersecurity and information security policies, including cybersecurity incident response and training.
  • Advise clients on compliance with the requirements of the National Industrial Security Program (NISP).
  • Advise clients on national security and law enforcement compliance issues, including matters involving electronic surveillance and data privacy.

Pro Bono

  • As co-counsel with the Network for Victim Recovery of D.C., successfully represented a survivor of sexual assault and intimate partner violence in her efforts to obtain a Civil Protection Order in D.C. Superior Court.
  • Represent survivors of intimate partner violence in filing immigration petitions under the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act.

Memberships and Affiliations

  • DC Volunteer Lawyers Project, Junior Board Member

Previous Experience

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (2008-2015)
  • Department of Justice (2007-2008)