Adam Golodner helps clients solve tough issues at the intersection of law, technology, security, and markets. He has a global, and holistic view of cybersecurity and privacy issues, formed through leadership positions in industry, government and academia. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Golodner was an executive at Cisco Systems, an academic at Dartmouth College, and a senior official at the Department of Justice. He talks the language of the general counsel, the chief information officer, and the chief operating officer, and finds strategic fact- and law-based solutions to pressing cyber policy, litigation, breach, compliance, governance, and transaction issues. Mr. Golodner understands networks, hardware, software, innovation and standards, and what companies can do to protect their operations, customers, brand, and competitive advantage. A global leader in cyber issues, Mr. Golodner was named a "Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Trailblazer" by the National Law Journal in its inaugural 2015 list, a member of the "Incident Response 30" by the Cybersecurity Docket in its inaugural 2016 list, and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Financial Times, and TIME Magazine.