Multiple Outlets Cover Donilon’s Cybersecurity Recommendations to the Trump Administration

March 07, 2017

Amid continued talk for an executive order on cybersecurity, O’Melveny partner Tom Donilon, who chaired a cybersecurity commission created by President Obama, spoke on a panel hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies about his recommendations for the new administration on cybersecurity issues, according to Politico, ExecutiveGov, and Inside Cybersecurity. Donilon and two other members of the commission urged President Trump to form an “all-of-government deterrence” against cyber threats through coordination of cyber efforts among agencies.

Based in O’Melveny’s Washington, DC office, Donilon draws on his distinguished career in government and the private sector to counsel senior business executives, entrepreneurs, and company boards as they develop strategies to address their highest-level business, legal, and policy issues in the US and abroad. He served in the administration of President Obama for more than four years, most recently as national security advisor.