Steven Brower is a Litigation Partner in the Orange County, California office of Buchalter Nemer. Concurrent with his time at UCLA (both undergraduate and law school) he was a computer programmer. As a result of that experience he has been involved with legal matters relating to computer technology, cyber-security and e-discovery (including insurance coverage for those risks) for over 35 years. Mr. Brower was possibly the first public user of the internet, having gained regular access in 1973. He was interviewed by “60 Minutes” on matters related to computer security in 1983. He was credited as being the first attorney to ever get a civil injunction under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (18 USC § 1030). He has represented both vendors and customers in the hardware and software fields.