SILICON VALLEY, October 17, 2016: Morgan Lewis antitrust partner Mark Krotoski has been named to The National Law Journal’s second annual list of Cybersecurity Trailblazers.
This recognition is based on Mr. Krotoski’s extensive cyber trial and investigatory experience in both the public and private sectors. His practice includes client representation and advisement on antitrust cartel investigations; cybersecurity and privacy matters; trade secret, economic espionage, fraud, and foreign corrupt practices cases; and government investigations. In his nearly 20 years as a federal prosecutor in the US Department of Justice (DOJ), Mr. Krotoski served as the National Coordinator of the Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property (CHIP) Program at DOJ, and as an active cybercrime prosecutor, among other DOJ leadership positions. Mr. Krotoski has successfully led a variety of unique cybersecurity-related cases and is a true innovator in the field of cybersecurity law.
The National Law Journal will profile Mr. Krotoski and the list’s other honorees in a special Cybersecurity Trailblazers issue published October 31. Earlier this year, he was named to Cybersecurity Docket’s “Incident Response 30” list of the best and brightest data breach response lawyers.