Ariel Wolf is a member of Venable's eCommerce, Privacy, and Cybersecurity Practice Group, and leads the firm's Mobility and Transportation Technology team. He brings significant government experience to bear in shaping solutions for his clients, having previously served as counselor to the deputy secretary of transportation, where he led the Department's emerging technology and spectrum portfolio, and as a senior policy advisor in the U.S. Senate. In his role leading the firm's Mobility and Transportation Technology team, Ariel works closely with manufacturers, suppliers, and technology providers to navigate the emerging legal and policy landscape being transformed by connected cars, transportation mobility technology, and the Internet of Things. His work includes supporting a leading coalition of companies to advance federal and state policy priorities related to fully automated vehicles, and providing legal counsel in such areas as automobile recalls, drones, general transportation law, and enforcement actions by NHTSA and related agencies. As a senior official in the U.S. Department of Transportation, Ariel launched the Department's new Non-traditional and Emerging Transportation Technology (NETT) Council, oversaw the Department's efforts on spectrum policy, and developed policies and regulations governing automated vehicles, drones, hyperloop, and other innovative technologies.
Contributions by Ariel Wolf
The Road Ahead: Legal and Policy Concerns for Autonomous Vehicle Data Security
Speaker at IAPP Global Privacy Summit 2020
Legislative Update on Privacy and Data Security
Moderator at Global Privacy Summit 2018