Nicholas Oldham, Esq.,
Counsel, King & Spaulding
Nicholas Oldham is an experienced counselor who regularly advises clients on the complex data security and privacy requirements imposed by federal and state agencies and authorities, as well as counsels general counsel and senior management on governance and corporate policies, cross-border data transfers, incident response best practices, and compliance. He currently serves as counsel at King & Spaulding, a full-service, international law firm with offices in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Oldham spent several years with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), where he handled several high-profile cyber investigations and prosecutions. He also served as counsel for Cyber Investigations for the DOJ’s National Security Division, where he had a leading role in DOJ’s nationwide efforts to investigate and disrupt computer intrusions and attacks by nation-state actors and their associates. In April this year, Nick testified before the Small Business Committee in the House of Representatives on the cybersecurity landscape for small businesses, and on three areas of particular concern—the cybersecurity education gap, the need for cybersecurity initiatives to be calibrated for small businesses, and the need to clarify and simplify the current regulatory environment.