Elizabeth is a business and public policy attorney specializing in technology-related interests. Elizabeth advises companies, educational institutions, and government entities on the integration of unmanned systems and other emerging technologies. She has worked with information-security and start-up companies for over 10 years on contracting, organization and management, licensing, and project development matters. A frequent contributor and commentator on technology policy, she has been quoted in publications such as the Atlanta Journal and Constitution and Tripwire's The State of Security. Elizabeth has presented on the privacy, research, and risk management issues surrounding unmanned aircraft and information security at conferences including Security BSides Las Vegas and F3Expo. Active in the community, she is a member of Business Executives for National Security (BENS), the Government Relations Task Force for the Technology Association of Georgia, and is an executive officer with the Atlanta AUVSI Chapter.
Attorney, Hall Booth Smith