Norton Rose Fulbright added three privacy and cybersecurity lawyers – Chris Cwalina in Washington, DC, Jeewon Serrato in San Francisco and Steven Roosa in New York – to its Global Cyber Risk Group.

Cwalina joined as the firm’s global co-head of Cyber Risk and Serrato as its head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity in the U.S. Roosa will head up the firm’s data lab.

U.S. Managing Partner Daryl Lansdale said, “Our expanded Global Cyber Risk Group offers coverage around the world in all areas of information risk, including cybersecurity, privacy, e-discovery and governance. These new additions make us stronger than ever in this arena.”

Cwalina will concentrate his practice on cybersecurity and privacy compliance and risk management, with a focus on complex cybersecurity attack and data breach investigations. He previously served as the co-chair of Holland & Knight’s Cybersecurity and Privacy Team.

Serrato has experience advising global companies, financial services institutions, and public entities on cutting-edge issues at the interaction of technology and law. She most recently served as global head of Privacy and Data Protection at Shearman & Sterling. Before that, Serrato served as chief privacy officer of Fannie Mae and as the lead privacy executive for RELX Group.

Roosa, a fellow emeritus at the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University, has experience advising companies on a wide range of technology and legal issues pertaining to data privacy, security and governance. He previously worked with Cwalina on cyber risk offerings at Holland & Knight.

Norton Rose Fulbright is a global law firm with more than 4,000 lawyers and other legal staff based in Europe, the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Asia, Australia, Africa and the Middle East.