Date: Thursday, February 3rd
Time: Noon – 1pm Lunch Brown Bag
Location: Seattle Municipal Tower, 700 5th Ave. Floor 40 room 4080
Program: Law and Order: Records as evidence
Program Description: Microsoft Senior Attorney, Scott J Stein will provide us with insights and share his expertise as we learn about and discuss the role of records in criminal compliance and National Security cases. Mr. Stein’s extensive experience in the areas of cybercrime and cyber security will be the backdrop for learning how records requirements and responsibilities are impacted by FISA, the Wiretap Act, Electronic Privacy Act, and other milestone pieces of legislation.
Speaker: With more than a decade of experience in the area of cybercrime and cyber security, Scott J. Stein servers as a Senior Attorney in the Corporate and Regulatory Affairs Section of Microsoft Corporation’s legal department. In that role, Scott provides legal advice concerning criminal compliance and national security issues. This includes providing guidance on U.S. government reform of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act and the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act. Prior to this position, Scott served as Microsoft, director of Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing Source Code & Ecosystems team and Principal Security Strategist on Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing Critical Infrastructure Protection Team.
Prior to joining Microsoft, Scott served for over a decade as a U.S. federal cybercrime prosecutor and state prosecutor focused on computer hacking and intellectual property crime, as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia and Middle District of Florida, and as a Deputy Attorney General for the state of Delaware.
As a computer crime and science professional, Scott has been an adjunct faculty member at George Washington University, graduate forensics science program. After obtaining a B.S. in Computer Science from Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Scott received his J.D. from the College of William and Mary School of Law in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Register: This program is open to all Greater Seattle members and their guests. Please register online at: http://www.armaseattle.org/events.htm#Registration_Form_ by
Tuesday, February 1st. You may also emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, organization, and phone number and number of guests.
Directions: To Seattle Municipal Tower on Southbound on I-5: Take the James Street exit #165A and turn right on Columbia or James streets. Northbound on I-5: Take the James Street exit #164A and turn left on James street, a right on Fourth Avenue and then right on Cherry Street. Parking access is located on 6th between Columbia and Cherry, or more detailed directions please see the following Website: http://www.seattle.gov/html/citymap.htm