Raleigh Mark is an Associate at Mullen Coughlin and brings over seven (7) years of prosecutorial experience to the Firm’s Incident Response practice group. She is a Breach Coach for organizations of all sizes and from all industries who have suffered (or are amid) a data privacy and security incident.
Working closely with the various incident response stakeholders, including forensic investigation firms, cyber insurance carriers and brokers, data mining firms and law enforcement, she counsels victim organizations through their legal, regulatory and contractual obligations stemming from a data privacy and security incident related to state, federal and international data privacy laws and regulations. She also coordinates post-incident services such as credit/identity monitoring, communications and public relations, and with any regulatory investigation at the state and federal levels.
Raleigh joined Mullen Coughlin after serving as an Assistant State Attorney with the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office (SAO) for over seven (7) years. Raleigh served over four (4) of those years in the SAO’s “Cyber Crimes Unit,” where she was responsible for prosecuting felonies that had major cyber components, such as fraud (including cases with cryptocurrency and business email compromises), cyber stalking, hacking and other computer crimes and internet crimes against children. She was an active participant in the investigations leading up to prosecution and is experienced in liaising with various other state and federal law enforcement agencies, reviewing and analyzing both digital and non-digital evidence and criminal reports and conducting victim/witness interviews. Raleigh also provided guidance to law enforcement and other prosecutors on cyber issues and evidence gathering. She leverages this experience when liaising with law enforcement during data privacy and security investigations, providing guidance to and advising on questions related to data privacy and security incidents.
Raleigh has also spoken to the public to educate them on cyber-crime and how to stay safe on the internet.
Raleigh also brings federal law enforcement experience to her practice, having been an Honors Legal Intern for the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).