Anne Kierig specializes in cybersecurity and privacy public policy. She has extensive experience in both federal and state cyber and privacy policy.

Anne handled these issues in her role as Office Counsel and Legislative Assistant for Assistant Democratic Leader Richard J. Durbin, including as the Senator's lead counsel during the year-long consideration and passage of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA). In addition to her experience with Senator Durbin, Anne served as Senator Dianne Feinstein's Legislative Assistant and Director of Special Projects. In this position, she handled a large number of legislative issues, including Homeland Security and disaster mitigation.

In 2016 and 2017 she ran the State Privacy & Security Coalition with a partner at DLA Piper. The Coalition is comprised of 27 technology, communications, media and retail businesses and six trade associations. In this role, Anne wrote more than two hundred advocacy deliverables pertaining to state bills and regulations, including amendments (many of which have become law), talking points, testimonies and letters of opposition or support. She also testified before state legislative committees regarding bills of concern to the Coalition.

Anne has also worked on client matters at DLA Piper as part of the firm's Intellectual Property and Technology (IPT) team. Among other things, she drafts privacy policies and counsels clients with regard to children's privacy online.