Patrick Kyhos is a seasoned information security and privacy attorney with a diverse professional background. Kyhos completed his J.D. at the University of Maryland School of Law and holds a bachelor's degree in History from Trinity College-Hartford. He has held multiple roles in government, including Analyst at the Department of Justice, Chief of Staff at Delegate Andrew Platt's office, and Legislative Fellow at the Office of the Speaker of the House of Delegates. Additionally, he has worked in the private sector as a financial analyst at First Oxford Corp. and as a law clerk for the Consumer Protection Division at the Maryland Attorney General.
Kyhos has extensive experience in technology policy, development, and strategy, having served as the Executive Technology Editor at the Journal of Business & Technology Law and as a research assistant for Professor Urska Velikonja at the University of Maryland School of Law. He has also worked as a student attorney at the University of Maryland Community Economic Development Clinic and as a law clerk for the Department of Enforcement and Special Investigations at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
With a passion for information security and privacy, Patrick Kyhos has established himself as a notable figure in the intersection of law and technology.