Solo practitioner Jeffrey Steinbrecher probably knows things about cybersecurity that you don’t. The 30-year-old Massachusetts native, who specializes in criminal law, has a history of hacking—he hung out with hardcore hacker groups of the 1990s and writing for hacker newsletters and journals.”I was never out to do any damage,” Steinbrecher reflects. “It was a thrill. It was about sharing knowledge.” Today, along with practicing law, the snowboarding and martial arts enthusiast is leveraging his know-how to build Signal 9, a company offering customized, secure Android smartphones to “privacy conscious” government, military and business clients. LTN had a recent conversation with him about his transition.

LTN: What was the genesis of Signal 9?

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