Kevin Scott counsels small and large entities, including merchants, medical providers, financial institutions, and educational institutions on the identification, evaluation, and management of first- and third-party data privacy and cybersecurity risks. Kevin advises on data privacy, cybersecurity breach response, and payment card industry standards and investigations. He has handled hundreds of breaches, often reducing public and regulatory scrutiny and protecting clients’ reputations. Kevin’s practice also includes advising clients on compliance with state, federal, and international laws and regulations.
In addition to his data privacy and cybersecurity experience, Kevin served as a judicial law clerk for the Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. He also participated in the investigation and prosecution of financial fraud in the handling of government contracts for the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction in coordination with the Department of Justice. After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps for 27 years, Kevin retired as a colonel.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kevin M. Scott