Please Join Us for Our Spring 2017 Symposium on April 12th at 6:00pm where our panel will explore the legal and policy issues surrounding private sector and government interactions following a cyber incident.
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- Location Name:
- Founders Hall Auditorium, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington VA 22201
- Start Date/Time:
- 12 April 2017, 6:00 PM EDT
- End Date/Time:
- 12 April 2017
We are pleased to welcome a distinguished panel of attorneys specializing in cybersecurity, privacy, and national security law from the public and private sector for this event, two of whom are George Mason alumni.
Scott Ferber, Counsel for Cyber Investigations, Department of Justice (National Security Division) Washington, DC: Scott currently serves as Counsel for Cyber Investigations at the U.S. Department of Justice’s National Security Division. Before his selection as Counsel for Cyber Investigations, Mr. Ferber held a number of other positions within DOJ, including Associate Deputy Attorney General, Senior Litigation Counsel with the National Security Division, and Assistant United States Attorney in the Northern District of Georgia (Criminal Division). Mr. Ferber has investigated and prosecuted a wide range of federal criminal and national security matters, including DOJ-priority cases involving international cyber threats, economic espionage, the illegal export of military and strategic commodities, fraud, public corruption, drug trafficking, and money laundering. Mr. Ferber has also advised the Deputy Attorney General and Attorney General on a range of matters, with special emphasis on cyber policy and national security.
Prior to joining the Department, Mr. Ferber worked at Am Law 100 firms in New York and Atlanta. From 1999 to 2002, he was an Assistant District Attorney with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. Mr. Ferber received his Juris Doctor with honors from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and graduated from the University of Michigan with honors with a Bachelor of Arts in History.