Mr. Kantrowitz advises clients on privacy and cybersecurity matters in a variety of industries, including healthcare, technology and the cloud, and financial services. He has advised on complex and high-profile data breaches across the country, and counsels clients on incident response strategy, crisis management, and legal and regulatory obligations. Mr. Kantrowitz has represented companies in regulatory investigations including by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights, the Federal Trade Commission, and by state attorneys general. He regularly advises companies both public and private on their privacy and data security policies and practices and on the risks and benefits of business decisions, from both regulatory and risk management perspectives. Mr. Kantrowitz stands out for his practical, actionable advice that guides companies through some of their most pressing and difficult problems.
Mr. Kantrowitz also maintains an active pro bono practice, including representing a group of 22 Massachusetts prisoners in a suit alleging prison abuse, leading to a successful settlement.
Mr. Kantrowitz is a member of the Boston Bar Association.