Lynda Jensen

3 Allied Drive, Suite 303
Dedham, MA 02026

Office: (267) 930-2303


Suffolk University Law School
Juris Doctor, 2001

University of California – San Diego,
Bachelor of Arts, Econometrics and Game Theory, 1998


  • Massachusetts
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

Practice Areas

Lynda Jensen is a Partner at Mullen Coughlin and an experienced privacy, cybersecurity and incident response attorney. Ms. Jensen focuses her practice on guiding organizations of all shapes and size through the incident response process when a privacy or security event has occurred, including from initial triage and investigation through performance of legal obligations the organizations may have. Ms. Jensen also advises organizations of their privacy and cybersecurity obligations under applicable laws and assists them with compliance efforts.

Prior to joining Mullen Coughlin, Ms. Jensen developed extensive experience as a civil litigator and a deep knowledge of computer-related events and crimes both as a practicing lawyer and as a Managing Director and Counsel of a team of as professionals handling crime, cyber and kidnap and ransom claims. This experience informs strategies that she recommends to clients before, during and after a data or privacy incident has occurred.


  • “Cyber Threats and the Anatomy of Incident Response,” 2023 ABA Fidelity and Surety Law Mid-Winter Conference, Washington, D.C., January 19, 2023
  • “Introduction to Ransomware,” Law & Forensics, Virtual, September 26, 2022
  • “How to Respond to a Cyber Incident, MA Women’s Bar Association & Foundation “In-House Counsel Committee” Meeting, Virtual, March 10, 2022
  • “OMG! I’m Being Held for Ransom. Now What?,” 2021 AgriBank District Conference, Eagan, MN, September 13, 2021
  • “A Guide for Companies Seeking Insurance for Ransomware – What the “G&G Oil” Will Mean for Businesses Seeking Insurance for Ransomware Attacks,” Law & Forensics, Virtual, March 25, 2021
  • Co-Chair, Fidelity Law Association Annual Conference, 2017
  • “Cyber Attack … What Now?,” American Bankers Association, 2017
  • “Discovery of Loss: The Contractual Predicate to the Claim,” Fidelity Surety Law Committee of the American Bar Association, 2016
  • “Recurring Issues in Fidelity Claims and Litigation Arising Out of Fidelity Claims,” Fidelity Law Association Annual Conference, 2016
  • South Carolina Bankers Association Community Bankers Forum Panel, 2016
  • Alabama Bankers Association Panel, 2016
  • Virginia Bankers Association Panel, 2016
  • Virginia Bankers Association Panel, 2015
  • “Only 48 Hours …,” Community Bankers of Washington Cyber Conference, 2014
  • “Common Agreements that Arise In Handling Claims,” Fidelity Law Association Annual Conference, 2013


  • “Fidelity Casenotes,” Surety Claims Institute Newsletter
  • “Discovery of Loss: The Contractual Predicate to the Claim,” Chapter in Financial Institution Bonds, Fourth Edition, 2016
  • “EMV – The New Frontier of Fraud,” Co-Author, Community Bank Alert, 2015