Jonathan Edwards

PARTNER | Cyber Risk Advisor

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An IT and cyber-risk specialist, Jonathan Edwards spearheads The ALS Group's efforts to help its clients manage and mitigate the diversity of technology-based risks which are proliferating across the business landscape. Jon has been with The ALS Group for fifteen years, having begun his tenure maturing and maintaining the firm's technology infrastructure.

Jon also leads the Vendor Insurance and Compliance Management Team which works with our clients' design professionals, vendors, subcontractors, and tenants to ensure they carry insurance that meets their contractual requirements. He continues working on maturing the technology platform that The ALS Group utilizes to ensure vendor compliance.

One of the Jon's many contributions to the success of ALS is successfully migrating the firm to a secure cloud workspace, simultaneously enhancing resiliency and security while affording ALS Group associates the ability to respond to client needs from any location, at any time, with just an Internet connection, bolstering the firm's 24/7 responsiveness. Jon is also a prolific author on the subject of technology security, as can be seen in many of his recent blog posts.

Jon is a Lexis Nexis Time Matters specialist. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from St. John's University and a Cybersecurity certificate holder from Rutgers University.

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A Staten Island native, Jon is an avid New York Rangers fan and enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, and dog. He plays guitar, loves Star Wars, and often trains at his family's martial arts academy.

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