Leeza Garber is a leading cybersecurity and privacy expert and attorney. She is an adjunct law professor at Drexel University’s Kline School of Law with a focus on information privacy and teaches at The Wharton School, the University of Pennsylvania as a part-time lecturer on Internet Law, Privacy and Cybersecurity. She recently was granted the Wharton Teaching Excellence Award for her course on Internet Law, Privacy & Cybersecurity. Leeza has been featured at national legal and technology conferences across the United States to present on cutting-edge topics including the Internet of Things, big data, social media privacy, and privacy law. She appears regularly on Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network to analyze issues relating to the intersection of law, technology, and information privacy, including data breaches, international cyber threat vectors, and privacy legislation. She has been published in Wired, Newsweek, and other respected outlets on topics including digitized elections, hackers and the pandemic, cybersecurity in healthcare, and cybersecurity issues related to working from home. Leeza is currently working on a book on cybersecurity workforce development.
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