We leverage real-world expertise
to deliver practical, customized solutions.
Make privacy and security part of your
global competitive advantage.
WHO WE ARE
As the Founder and Principal of Inscape, Eliott helps corporations, entrepreneurs and governments tackle complex issues of data strategy, privacy and security. His unique professional background has made him an expert advisor on issues at the intersection of technology and human rights.
Eliott served as Security Counsel for Apple in Cupertino, California, where he advised the business on security and privacy and handled issues ranging from cyber-crime and data breaches to large-scale fraud and the theft of intellectual property. Prior to joining Apple, Eliott spent ten years litigating high-level trials and appeals and working in specialized prosecution units targeting hate crimes, police corruption and international crime.
From 2008-2010, Eliott served as a war crimes prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, based in The Hague. As an international legal consultant he continues to work on a range of global projects, including most recently with the TRRC in The Gambia and with Yazidi victims of ISIS in Northern Iraq.
Sabrina served as a Legal Director of Privacy and Consumer Protection at both Uber and Apple. She’s led security incident response, driven GDPR preparation efforts, managed international regulatory investigations, guided teams on product privacy, overseen APEC Cross Border Privacy Rules certification, and managed all aspects of privacy due diligence and post-acquisition integrations for M&As.
Before working at Apple, Sabrina practiced privacy law at two firms: Sidley Austin and Ropes & Gray. She’s served on the board of non-profit CareMessage which provides a technology platform for improving health outcomes in underserved populations.
Sabrina is Inscape's expert consultant for issues of data privacy and emerging technologies.
WHAT WE DO
Our clients range from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Some come with high-level programs in place, others look to build their strategic approach from the ground up.
What they share is a desire to take data, privacy and security seriously, and to move past opaque legal guidance and towards real results.