David Z. Bodenheimer is a partner in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C. office where he heads the Homeland Security Practice and focuses on Government Contracts, False Claims Act, Privacy, and Cybersecurity. For more than 30 years, he has found solutions for clients whenever and wherever problems arise in doing business with the Government. David represents all sizes of technology clients (computer hardware and software, major weapon systems, biodefense, satellite and space services, and military avionics and equipment). He litigates, counsels and resolves the full range of issues that clients confront in selling to the Government. He has testified before Congress regarding cybersecurity threats, public-private partnerships, and contractor liability issues for military contractors. He currently serves as a vice-chair of the ABA Public Contract Law Section’s Cybersecurity Committee.
By David Bodenheimer and Kate M. Growley on Posted in Cybersecurity / Data Security,Information ManagementAfter years of abortive attempts by Congress to enact comprehensive cybersecurity legislation, the President took matters into his own hands on February 12, signing an Executive Order, Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. Identifying the cyber threat as “one of the most serious national security challenges we must confront,” this Order, along with its contemporaneous Presidential Policy… Continue Reading