Assistant Attorney General
Ryan Kriger (CIPP/US) is an Assistant Attorney General in the Vermont Office of the Attorney General’s Public Protection Division. He handles antitrust and consumer protection issues with a focus on technology and data security. Mr. Kriger has investigated several local and national security breaches, led multistate investigations, and frequently testifies before the state legislature on issues involving privacy, competition and consumer protection. He worked extensively on Vermont’s Data Broker Regulation laws.
Mr. Kriger lectures on privacy law, consumer protection, and policy at the University of Vermont and is on the Vermont Governor’s Cybersecurity Advisory Team and the Board of Advisors for the University of Vermont’s Center for Computer Security and Privacy.
Prior to joining the Attorney General’s Office, Mr. Kriger practiced for several years in New York City, working for both corporate defense firms and class action plaintiffs’ firms and focusing on antitrust complex litigation and commercial litigation, as well as electronic discovery and legal ethics.