Jonathan Stribling-Uss, Esq. founded and directs Constitutional Communications, a nonprofit organization that specializes in information security for professionals and civil society organizations. He was a Mozilla and Ford Foundation Media and Democracy Fund Technologist Fellow in the Policy Department of the ACLU of NY (NYCLU), where he served as a technology expert providing oral and written public testimony to the New York City Council about the risks to undocumented people of adding surveillance technology to the New York City Municipal ID and published “Legal Cybersecurity in the Digital Age” a report on the need to use new approaches to secure attorney client communications. Jonathan has also led trainings and accredited CLEs (Continuing Legal Education) for hundreds of attorneys and law students on cybersecurity, professional ethics, international law, and attorney-client communications with the NYCLA (New York County) Bar Association, Law For Black Lives, the Continuing Legal Resource Network at CUNY (City University Of New York) and The New York State Bar Association. He has also trained journalists, foundations, activists, and technologists from more then 40 countries at the Center for Constitutional Rights, Thoughtworks, The Bertha Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Foundation, The International Development Exchange, The Ford Foundation, The Legal Clinics of the CUNY School of Law, and The Florestan Fernandes National School in Brazil. His work has been featured in Law360, The Crime Report, Reuters Legal, The ABA Journal, and The New York Law Journal.
Constitutional Communications is a digital security expert provider with The Center For Digital Resilience (CRD) (formerly the Digital Security Exchange). CDR connects civil society organizations to digital security experts who help them stay safe from digital attack.