October 22, 2020

Volume X, Number 296

Justin L. Root

Clients with cybersecurity and information privacy concerns and challenges hire Justin for his experienced, tenacious, and thorough approach to data privacy and navigating an incident response. Justin’s breadth of experience, which includes service as a Special Deputy United States Marshal on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Cybercrime Task Force, is ever-present in his calming and clear analysis and strategic assessments of and approaches to cybersecurity and data privacy issues. As a result, Justin’s solutions-oriented approach reflects an appreciation for and is tailored to a client’s industry, segment, risk and dynamic needs.

With 17 years of law enforcement experience, Justin brings a unique and rare mix of legal and technical knowledge and depth to his proactive approach to cybersecurity risk assessments, mitigation and remediation, and to policy development and implementation. Justin has technical credentials unique among attorneys. He is a GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner and has received training from the SANS Institute, the National White Collar Crime Center, X-Ways Software Technology, and the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Justin L. Root


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