Benjamin Dynkin, JD, has spent his career working to help defend the United States and its businesses from cyber threats. He has championed the cause of raising awareness of cybersecurity for a variety of audiences, ranging from Federal officials to small mom and pop shops. He combines his technical and legal background to develop solutions and policy prescriptions that work. Benjamin is the Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of the American Cybersecurity Institute. He is also the Co-Founder of Atlas Cybersecurity. Prior to that, he was a Senior Analyst at Law & Forensics and the Managing Editor of the Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare, the nation's preeminent legal publication on cyber warfare.
In his capacity as Executive Director of the American Cybersecurity Institute, he has worked with federal lawmakers to develop policy and law on a variety of cybersecurity and cyber warfare related topics. In his work with Atlas Cybersecurity, a cybersecurity start-up on Long Island, Benjamin is able to work with regional businesses to bring high caliber expertise to Long Island’s thriving small and mid-sized business community. He has authored and contributed to dozens of articles in the fields of cybersecurity, cyber warfare, digital forensics, and e-discovery, which have appeared in publications including the New York Law Journal, Corporate Counsel, The National Interest, and SC Magazine. He received his J.D., cum laude, from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.