Siobhan Gorman is a Director in the Washington DC office of the Brunswick Group focusing on cybersecurity and privacy. She specializes in breach preparedness, breach crisis response, and thought leadership initiatives in the cybersecurity arena.
Prior to joining Brunswick, Ms. Gorman had a successful career as a reporter, most recently at The Wall Street Journal where she covered critically important topics such as cybersecurity, data and privacy issues, terrorism, counter terrorism, and intelligence. Prior to joining The Journal in 2007, Gorman was a Washington correspondent for The Baltimore Sun covering intelligence and security, and from 1998 to 2005, she was staff correspondent for the National Journal covering similar issues. She started her career at The Washington Post as a research associate. Gorman won the 2006 Sigma Delta Chi Award for Washington Correspondence for her coverage of the National Security Agency and in 2000 received a special citation in national magazine writing from the Education Writers Association. She has been nominated three times for the Pulitzer Prize.
Ms. Gorman has worked on confidential cybersecurity breaches, as well as preparedness projects in the airline, automotive, and retail sectors. She has also worked on public affairs and reputational projects in the financial sector. Gorman is a graduate of Dartmouth College.