Courtney Malloy is an Associate at Mullen Coughlin. Ms. Malloy’s practice focuses on counseling clients through privacy and cybersecurity matters including data security events, incident response and regulatory investigations and compliance. Once a breach has occurred, Ms. Malloy assists and advises clients by determining the scope of the breach, the nature of the information compromised and the potentially impacted parties. Ms. Malloy coordinates with forensic teams and other industry experts to ensure her clients are in compliance with state and federal statutory and regulatory obligations that trigger in the event of a data security incident. Ms. Malloy also assists clients in responding to regulatory inquiries and investigations.
Prior to joining Mullen Coughlin, Ms. Malloy was an Assistant District Attorney in the Homicide Unit at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. During her eight years as a prosecutor, Ms. Malloy served as the lead prosecutor in over forty jury trials and hundreds of bench trials, as well as numerous preliminary hearings, pre-trial and post-trial motions and grand jury proceedings. She received training and presented experts in in the fields of forensic pathology, DNA analysis, crime scene examination, firearms identification, latent print analysis, gunshot residue analysis, tear pattern analysis, digital surveillance, video recovery and analysis, forensic mobile device extraction, cellular data recovery and cell site analysis. She also successfully prosecuted offenses ranging from felony possession and sale of narcotics, felony possession of firearms, burglary, robbery, arson, victim/witness intimidation, retaliation, attempted murder, first-, second- and third-degree murder and abuse of corpse.