Amy Hogan-Burney is the General Manager and Associate General Counsel for Cybersecurity Policy & Protection (CPP). CPP includes Microsoft’s Digital Security Unit, Cybersecurity Policy and Digital Diplomacy teams, and the Digital Crimes Unit and is a global team of attorneys, security strategists, investigators, engineers, and analysts. CPP is responsible for managing compliance with cybersecurity regulations while shaping evolving requirements, advocating for digital peace and rules of nation state conduct in cyberspace, developing productive partnerships with the public and private sector to address cybersecurity and crime, and seeking to disrupt nation state actors and cybercriminals through legal and technical methods.
Prior to leading CPP, Ms. Hogan-Burney led the Digital Crimes Unit and the Privacy Compliance team during the implementation of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. She started her career at Microsoft managing the Law Enforcement and National Security team ensuring Microsoft’s compliance with law enforcement and national security legal obligations.
Before entering the private sector Ms. Hogan-Burney was an attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation. She received her Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering from the Catholic University School of Engineering and her Juris Doctor from the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University.