Partner and Head of the Worldwide Cyber Security Practice, Zeichner Ellman & Krause LLP
Arbitrator, Forensic Neutral, and Technical Special Master, JAMS
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Law & Cyber Warfare
Daniel Garrie is a recognized leader in cyber security and is paving the way when it comes to 2017’s most pressing cyber and data breach issues. Daniel is a renowned special master, forensic neutral, mediator, and arbitrator with JAMS (www.jamsadr.com), retained for complex, high-stakes cases around the country focusing on cybersecurity, privacy, and data breach disputes.
As one of the most sought-after cyber security and data breach experts, Daniel is Head of the Worldwide Cyber Security Practice at New York-based law firm, Zeichner Ellman & Krause LLP. In addition to his Law Degree, Daniel holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Computer Science and his ability to speak as comfortably with engineers and developers as with lawyers and judges distinguishes him from other practitioners. Daniel combines his technical prowess and law experience when advising federal and state judges around the globe.
Mr. Garrie has testified as an e-discovery, cyber security and computer forensic expert witness and served as a forensic neutral in arbitrations in many State and Federal Courts. Daniel was the youngest sitting special master in the United States and has authored expert reports in disputes involving billions of dollars. Mr. Garrie has authored over 200 legal and technical articles and publications. His scholarship has been recognized by several Supreme Court Justices and cited in over 500 articles, publications, and opinions.
Prior to these roles, Mr. Garrie built and sold several technology startups and served as the Worldwide Director of Electronic Discovery & Information Governance at Charles River Associates. Mr. Garrie is also on the Advisory Board of a number of different companies, including Get.it, KoolSpan, and Bounce Exchange.
Mr. Garrie is also a Professor of Law at Rutgers School of Law in Cyberwarfare and Cyber Security.