Skip to main content
Stephen Lilley

Stephen Lilley

T +1 202 263 3865
  • RSS Icon
  • AddRemove
  • Build a Report 

Cybersecurity Regulation in the United States

Preparing For and Responding To a Computer Security Incident: Making the First 72 Hours Count

Stephen Lilley focuses his practice on helping clients navigate cutting-edge and interrelated litigation, regulatory, and policy challenges. A member of the firm’s Supreme Court and Appellate practice, Stephen briefs complex appeals and dispositive motions, and develops strategies to manage legal risks and to shape regulatory policy across a broad range of substantive areas. He frequently litigates and advises clients on cybersecurity and data privacy, and consumer financial services matters. Stephen is widely recognized for his cybersecurity law and policy experience. He co-authored the firm’s guide, “Preparing For and Responding To a Computer Security Incident: Making the First 72 Hours Count,” and serves as a member of the Center for Strategic & International Studies Cyber Policy Task Force as it develops cybersecurity recommendations for the next administration.

Stephen’s recent cybersecurity and data privacy matters include:

  • Representing petitioner in Spokeo v. Robins before the U.S. Supreme Court.
  • Representing a national retailer in litigation arising from the breach of its point-of-sale system.
  • Advising an automobile manufacturer on regulatory and legislative matters, and litigation arising from emerging cyber threats.
  • Providing strategic counsel to an international logistics company on its cyber review for its board of directors.

Stephen’s recent consumer financial services matters include:

  • Filing an amicus brief in support of the first appellate challenge to an administrative adjudication by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
  • Counseling a Fortune 100 company on compliance with laws enforced by the CFPB for a suite of complex financial products.
  • Advising a leading trade association on its response to numerous regulatory proposals by a range of financial regulators.

Before joining Mayer Brown, Stephen worked for the US Senate Judiciary Committee as Chief Counsel to the Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism, where he had a particular focus on cybersecurity. He clerked for Judge Thomas Ambro on the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and Judge Jeremy Fogel on the US District Court for the Northern District of California. A summa cum laude graduate of Princeton University, Stephen received his law degree from Yale Law School, where he served as a Senior Editor of the Yale Law Journal.

The Build a Report feature requires the use of cookies to function properly.  Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently.  If you do not accept cookies, this function will not work.  For more information please see our Privacy Policy

You have no pages selected. Please select pages to email then resubmit.