Offer smart, efficient, and practical data privacy and cybersecurity legal advice and services to small and medium-sized businesses. Be close, trusted, and valued advisors to clients, as if part of their inner circle. Work hard and be dedicated to clients’ business success and regulatory compliance.
Why choose Hexagon CyberLaw?
Unlike other law firms that tack on cybersecurity and data privacy as another one of multiple practice areas, Hexagon’s practice is dedicated solely to cybersecurity and data privacy.
Unlike most attorneys, Hexagon founder Steve Fritz passed the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ certification exam, and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP).
Unlike other law firms, Hexagon is a small business, and is responsive and sensitive to the needs of small and medium-sized clients. How many attorneys have started their own business? Hexagon CyberLaw was founded by attorney Steve Fritz as a solo practice. He gets it.
Unlike most attorneys, Hexagon founder Steve Fritz’s background makes him uniquely qualified to be your data privacy and cybersecurity attorney- 10 years at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, where he was a “Major Case” prosecutor in the Cybercrime and Identity Theft Unit, followed by three years in the Financial Fraud unit at the Colorado Attorney General’s Office.
Unlike other law firms, Hexagon is lean, nimble, and a provider of value. Want to pay for a law firm’s fancy office space with a great view? Not at Hexagon. Hexagon’s office space is professional, efficient, cost-effective, and gets the job done, and the savings get passed on to clients.
About Steve Fritz
Steve is the founder of Hexagon CyberLaw, and has been practicing law for over 15 years. He began his career at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, the most respected prosecutor’s office in the nation, where he worked as a “Major Case” prosecutor in the Office’s Cybercrime and Identity Theft Bureau. While there, Steve led several long-term and complex investigations and prosecutions, many of which entailed data breaches of Fortune 500 companies. After moving to Colorado, Steve continued his career as a prosecutor in the Financial Fraud unit of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, before subsequently moving on to practicing civil law at a small Colorado firm.
Steve is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), the foremost data privacy and security organization in the world. After demonstrating his knowledge and capability in the area of data privacy and security by passing a rigorous exam, the IAPP designated Steve as a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP). In December of 2016, the IAPP selected Steve to serve a two-year term as co-chair of its Denver chapter.
Drawing upon his experience, Steve has lectured on data privacy and cybersecurity issues to other attorneys and professionals.
Steve is admitted to practice law in Colorado, New York, and the United States District Court for the District of Colorado.
Steve enjoys spending time with his family, bicycle racing (road, mountain, gravel, & cyclocross), skiing, snowboarding, and playing his electric guitar (named “Layla”).
Why is the firm named “Hexagon CyberLaw”?
From nature to NASA, the hexagon pattern has proven to be a smart way to efficiently build secure structures (like a bee’s honeycomb or NASA’s newest technology- the James Webb Space Telescope).