Jeffrey Rabkin serves as Special Assistant Attorney General
to California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris. In this capacity, he is the
Attorney General’s principal policy advisor on matters relating to science and
technology, cybercrime and privacy. Before coming to the Attorney General’s
Office, Jeffrey was the Vice President of Stroz Friedberg, a digital risk
management and consulting firm that specializes in digital forensic
investigations. There, he directed digital forensic investigations, including those
involving computer-enabled theft of trade secrets and intellectual property.
From 2004-2011, Jeffrey worked as a federal prosecutor, representing the United
States in hundreds of federal criminal matters. He earned his Juris Doctor from
Columbia University School of Law, where he was the Senior Editor of the Columbia Law Review. He earned his
Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University.