Jonathan Frenkel is an Assistant General Counsel with the FBI's Cyber Law Unit, where he provides legal and policy advice to the FBI's Cyber Division. Frenkel's clients include the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force (NCIJTF), the International Cyber Crime Coordination Cell (IC4), Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), and the Cyber Initiative & Resource Fusion Unit, which works closely with private sector entities. Frenkel has also worked in the FBI Office of General Counsel's Science, Technology, Policy and Law Unit and Investigative Law Units, addressing issues of lawful electronic surveillance and information sharing. Prior to coming to the FBI, Frenkel served in policy positions at the Department of Homeland Security, as the Director of Law Enforcement and Information Sharing Policy and the Department of Treasury, where he was the principal domestic anti-money laundering advisor to the Under Secretary for Enforcement. He has served in all three branches of government, working as a law clerk to the Hon. Stephen H. Anderson, US Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, and as an Associate Minority Counsel to the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee and House Government Reform and Oversight Committees' investigations of campaign finance violations. Frenkel also worked as an associate at Arnold & Porter in Washington, D.C. He is a cum laude graduate of Princeton University and the UCLA School of Law, where he served as Managing Editor of the Environmental Law Journal.
The Conference is presented in partnership with the Northeast Ohio CyberConsortium and the IoT Collaborative.