As a federal prosecutor for over a decade with the U.S. Department of Justice’s Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section, Mona has an expertise in prosecuting “sextortion,” non-consensual pornography, and other cyberstalking crimes, as well as computer intrusions involving large-scale theft and trafficking of credit card and other personally identifiable information. She often serves as a subject matter expert to DOJ leadership and policy makers in these areas. Other representative cases include corporate network and bank account intrusions, infrastructure cyber attacks, online money laundering and securities fraud, and cable modem hacking. Her work has been featured in Broadly, Wired U.K., Bloomberg, and the Lawfare Podcast.
She clerked on the federal district and appellate courts in California. Mona earned her BA from Stanford and her JD from Georgetown.
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