Evan D. Wolff is a partner in Crowell & Moring's Washington, D.C. office where he helps lead the Privacy & Cybersecurity practice. With a national reputation for his deep technical background and understanding of complex cybersecurity legal and policy issues, Wolff represents numerous critical infrastructure companies, trade organizations and our nation’s largest defense contractors and has managed over 100 breach responses for clients in many sectors. Wolff is a thought leader serving on the Aspen Institute’s Homeland Security Group, the Sandia National Lab External Advisory Board, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce National Security Task Force, as well as a senior associate (Non-Resident), Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Program at the Center for Strategic & International Studies. He is an adjunct professor at George Mason University School of Law and a senior adviser to the ABA committee on law and national security. Prior to joining private practice, Wolff was advisor to the senior leadership at the Department of Homeland Security and a systems engineer at the MITRE Corporation

Project Summary

This project aims to research, develop and coordinate a set of cybersecurity and privacy principles that can be used by policymakers and industry to align mutual interests and develop future actions. Critical infrastructure represents the new battleground for cybersecurity, as privately owned companies are increasingly being attacked by foreign governments and militaries. Analyzing this issue and developing long term policy options can be beneficial to all parties affected.