NEW YORK- Daniel Marvin, Partner at Morrison Mahoney LLP, has accepted an invitation to become a member of the Rutgers University Cybersecurity Advisory Board. The Board is part of the Rutgers Center for Innovation Education, which provides professional and continuing education for technologists, innovators, and entrepreneurs through the recruitment of top faculty and industry experts. Board membership is comprised of a diverse and innovative network of professionals who have been invited based on personal and professional accomplishments.
As a member of the Board, Daniel will leverage his expertise to help to formulate the University’s cybersecurity programs and enhance the reputation and quality of the University through strategic review of its credit and noncredit offerings to the community. In addition, Daniel will offer the benefits of his experience to the University’s faculty and students through occasional classroom visits, forums and conferences, and will also help promote the University’s goal of linking industry with academia to help ensure that its work is relevant and benefits the business community.
As a partner in the New York office at Morrison Mahoney LLP, one of the region’s leading litigation firms, Daniel advises clients on a broad array of data privacy and cyber-security matters, including compliance with state, federal and international privacy laws, implementation and review of cybersecurity programs and data breach response.