Jeff Rabkin

Jeff Rabkin has substantial experience in information security, privacy, and cybercrime as well as legal issues and regulatory risk arising from disruptive technology. He is also a seasoned litigator who has tried 17 cases to verdict in federal and state courts. Jeff has the rare combination of working on civil and criminal disputes and corporate executive experience as a provider of cybersecurity services.

Jeff joined Jones Day from the Office of the Attorney General (AG) in the California Department of Justice, where he was a member of the AG's executive team and Special Assistant Attorney General for Law and Technology. In that role, he was principal advisor to the AG on cybercrime, cybersecurity, privacy, the regulation of disruptive technology, intellectual property, and digital forensics. He also was responsible for oversight of the California DOJ's cyber crime and privacy enforcement units and the development of new technology for law enforcement throughout California. [1]