Camille Stewart is a cyber, technology and intellectual property attorney currently working at Deloitte on cyber and privacy issues. She recently transitioned from an appointment within the Obama Administration as the Senior Policy Advisor for Cyber, Infrastructure & Resilience Policy at the Department of Homeland Security where her portfolio included international cyber/foreign policy, technology, cybersecurity, critical infrastructure, & national security issues.
Prior to working at DHS, Camille spent 5 years as the Senior Manager, Legal Affairs at Cyveillance, Inc. While there, Camille navigated legal and policy challenges for cyber-related issues such as data privacy, incident response, Internet governance, cybersecurity, new gTLDs, social media law & policy, and intellectual property (IP) protections online for Global 2000 companies.
Camille is passionate about making technology and IP issues accessible to entrepreneurs and the less than technically savvy. To that end, she founded a legal consultancy and start-up incubator, MarqueLaw, PLLC, and the blog TheDigitalCounselor.com. She has published articles on these topics in a variety of publications. Camille was awarded the 2016 Women in Technology Rising Star Award.
Camille is an Inaugural Internet Law and Policy Foundry Fellow, 2017 Security Fellow, Truman National Security Project, Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Chair of Women in Technology, Young Professional SIG (WIT YP).