As co-chair of the firm’s Homeland Security, Defense, and Technology Transfer Practice Group, Norma Krayem provides strategic advice on key issues in a range of areas, including homeland security, transportation, defense, international trade, environmental, and a host of appropriations issues for all aspects of critical infrastructure. She is also Global Co-Chair of Data Protection and Cybersecurity, focusing on the impacts of cyber risks on critical infrastructure (banking and financial services, energy, communications etc.) along with other sectors like universities and retail institutions. Ms. Krayem applies her extensive experience with key national issues in the policy-making arena based on over 20 years’ working in and with state, local, and federal government to help clients evaluate strategies to build and maintain a competitive edge. Ms. Krayem was elected to the Partnership in 2007.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Norma M. Krayem