Jonathan Armstrong

Jonathan Armstrong

Jonathan is a Partner at Cordery which aims to help compliance professionals and General Counsel’s effectively manage the ever-increasing regulatory burden. Previously he was a lawyer at Duane Morris LLP in London where he specialised in advising multinational clients on their risk and compliance. He has handled legal matters in more than 60 countries involving corporate governance, reputation, internal investigations and global privacy policies.  Mr. Armstrong has been regarded as one of the UK’s leading authorities on information security for more than 15 years.  He has spoken at conferences in China, Europe, Canada and the US.  He has been involved in submissions to the UK and European authorities on cookies and data protection law.  He has written extensively on the issues with conflicts between data privacy and anti-corruption legislation.

Jonathan is a co-author of the LexisNexis textbook “Managing Risk:  Technology & Communications”.  He is a frequent broadcaster for the BBC and other channels and appeared on BBC News 24 as the studio guest on the Walport Review.

Clients include Fortune 250 organizations as well as household names in chemicals, oil, fashion, manufacturing and financial services.

Mr. Armstrong is a Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Marketing (FCIM); Vice-Chair of the New York State Bar Association International Section and was formerly a member of the Advisory Board of the Georgetown University Advanced eCommerce Institute, Washington DC.

Why I Joined The Analogies Project

“Online security is not someone else’s responsibility. Its a burden we all share. Its important we all know the risks and what to do to make sure the bad guys don’t win”

Collaborations

Jonathan and his daughter Juliet Armstrong have collaborated on the following analogies together.

What the Elizabethans Teach Us About Cyber-Security

 

Jonathan and his daughter Lucinda Armstrong have collaborated on the following analogies together.

What the Romans Teach Us About Cyber-Security