Andrew Serwin is an internationally recognized thought leader in the fields of privacy, cybersecurity, information governance, and information sharing. He provides global advice to a number of emerging and Fortune 500 companies, and handles some of the highest-profile data security incidents and privacy enforcement and litigation matters. He has a unique understanding of cybersecurity through his role in several organizations. Mr. Serwin serves on the Board of Directors of the private sector of federally funded National Cyber Forensic Training Alliance (NCFTA), an entity that functions as a conduit between private industry and law enforcement, with a core mission to identify, mitigate and neutralize cybercrime. In addition, he serves an advisor to the Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for Asymmetric Warfare, and is the CEO and Executive Director of the Lares Institute, a think-tank focused on privacy, information superiority, and national security issues.
Mr. Serwin provides global regulatory advice regarding privacy, security, and technology transactions, with particular emphasis on: international compliance; health care; security incidents; forensic investigations; remediation of security issues; government requests for information; COPPA; CAN-SPAM; mobile; behavioral advertising; ECPA and wiretap issues; electronic marketing concerns; social media; HIPAA; and compliance with FTC requirements. He has provided advice to companies in a diverse set of industries, including: technology; social media; financial services; health; retail; data brokers; online businesses; hospitality; utilities; and insurance. Mr. Serwin also has extensive global enforcement experience, having handled numerous high-profile enforcement matters. He also frequently represents companies in consumer protection and privacy litigation matters.