Product Manager, Incident Response Data Mining
Emily Johnston oversees the iCONECT Incident Response Data Mining program and has an extensive array of professional experience in all aspects of litigation, privacy, and discovery. She has more than 18 years’ experience as an attorney, including as a litigator specializing in eDiscovery, global privacy issues, and the oversight of document review. Most recently, Emily served as the head of the Global Cyber and Incident Response review and notification offering at Epiq Global. There, she worked to develop an end-to-end cyber review process from the ground up and personally oversaw management of hundreds of incident response cyber reviews. She was instrumental in developing the cyber offering for Epiq, leading both the review and notification processes in the US, India, EMEA, and Australia.
Emily has also served as in-house eDiscovery counsel at two Fortune 500 companies, including as Assistant General Counsel and Vice President at Bank of America, where she oversaw all phases of the discovery process. Before that, she was Counsel in the eDiscovery and Information Governance group at Fulbright & Jaworski LLP.