Amy Hogan is the General Manager of Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit (DCU), where she leads a global team of attorneys, investigators, engineers and analysts who work together in an ongoing effort to fight cybercrime. Before joining the DCU, Ms. Hogan led the Privacy Compliance team during the implementation of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. She started her career at Microsoft with the Law Enforcement and National Security (LENS) Global Fulfillment team ensuring Microsoft’s compliance with law enforcement and national security legal obligations. The LENS team’s primary objective is to protect customer data when receiving, validating, and potentially responding to legal demands from government entities that attempt to compel disclosure of records and user-generated content from Microsoft’s services. Prior to joining Microsoft, Ms. Hogan was an attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation. She received her Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering from the Catholic University School of Engineering and her Juris Doctor from the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University.