Meet the Global Brunswick Cybersecurity, Data & Privacy Team
Yasmin specializes in crisis response, resilience and data privacy. She supports clients across multiple sectors and geographies as they navigate a range of cyber risks. Yasmin spent nearly two decades in UK Government where she led on a number of cyber issues, including a national cyber strategy, the formation of the National Cyber Security Centre and a range of data and cyber legislation. She has worked in both Government and industry on some of the most significant cyberattacks that have affected companies across the globe.
Partner, New York
Katharine has spent more than 15 years advising clients around the world as they navigate crises and significant periods of change. She has specific expertise in cyber security and data privacy matters, and helps clients take a full stakeholder approach in their communications around today’s complex
security environment. Katharine worked in Brunswick’s London, Dubai and Hong Kong offices prior to her return to New York, which has informed the counsel she provides to multinational companies on their most critical issues.
Partner, Washington, D.C.
Siobhan has worked on corporate crisis across a range of industries, including financial services, healthcare, defense, entertainment, technology, and automotive. Tapping her longtime journalism experience, she regularly advises clients on media relations issues and conducts media training for executives.
Siobhan is a member of the Senior Advisory Group for Harvard University’s Defending Digital Democracy Project and the Advisory Committee for Brown University's Executive Master in Cybersecurity.
Nicola is a former Board member of the UK’s Government Communications Headquarters and a founding Board Director at the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre. She previously managed the UK Prime Minister’s press office and was head of the Government Olympic Communications during the 2012
London Olympics. She has extensive experience in strategic and crisis communications across FTSE 100, and government and national security departments.
Partner, Washington, D.C.
George brings extensive expertise from the highest levels of the national security and defense community, as well as the private sector. Prior to joining Brunswick, he was head of Marketing and Communications at Booz Allen Hamilton. George
served as Assistant to the US Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs and Pentagon Press Secretary, and as Director of Public Affairs and Chief of Media Relations for the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). In these roles, he worked closely with counterparts from other governments to address the full range of security challenges facing the US, its allies and partners around the world. George also spent five years at IBM advising corporate and government clients on business and technology strategy.
Senior Advisor, London
Paddy McGuinness is a Senior Advisor at Brunswick Group, supporting clients on crisis and resilience and the interplay between geopolitics, national security and their transactions. He works closely with the firm’s regional and specialist leads across Technology, Cyber, Litigation, Geopolitical, Activism and
Competition and Regulatory Affairs. From 2014 to 2018, Paddy was the UK’s Deputy National Security Advisor for Intelligence, Security and Resilience, advising two successive British Prime Ministers on UK Homeland Security policy, capabilities and related legislation. Paddy works with governments advising on their resilience and with private equity on emerging technologies and advises the UK Parliament’s Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy.
Senior Advisor, Washington, D.C.
Admiral Rogers joined Brunswick following a 37-year career in the US Navy after rising to the rank of four star admiral, and is a senior advisor to the firm in the areas of cyber security, privacy, geopolitics, technology and intelligence.
He culminated his career with a four-plus-year stint serving simultaneously as commander of the US Cyber Command and director of the National Security Agency – creating the US Department of Defense’s then-newest large war fighting organization and leading the US government’s largest intelligence organization. In those roles he worked extensively with the leadership of the US government, the DoD, and the US Intelligence community as well as their international counterparts in the conduct of cyber and intelligence activity across the globe.
Partner, Washington, D.C.
A certified privacy professional and a former regulatory attorney, Mark offers insights and practical advice to clients addressing complex privacy issues. Mark has extensive experience within the US government, including 16 years with the Federal Communications Commission as well as service in
all three branches of government. Mark also served as counsel to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce on telecommunications and technology matters. He is a board member for the Center for Democracy and Technology.