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Kevin Faulkner

Stroz Friedberg is a specialized risk management firm built to help clients solve the complex challenges prevalent in today’s digital, connected, and regulated business world

Kevin Faulkner is a Managing Director and head of the New York digital forensics lab. He co-manages the firm’s technical operations in areas of digital forensics, electronic discovery, and incident response. Mr. Faulkner supervises and performs digital forensic acquisitions and examinations on laptop and desktop computers, e-mail and file servers, handheld/mobile devices, backup tapes and network logs.

He maintains an active case load of digital forensics engagements in internal investigations and civil, criminal, and regulatory matters as well as cybercrime engagements. Types of analysis include (but are not limited to) document authentication, the theft or misappropriation of intellectual property or other data, database analytics, loss of data under legal hold, computer hardware forensics and data recovery, and investigations into computer intrusions or hacking.

As a testifying expert, Mr. Faulkner has prepared affidavits, expert reports, and offered oral testimony in depositions, hearings, and as an expert witness in state and federal courts throughout the US in the area of digital forensics. With over 12 years of experience in digital forensics, incident response and electronic discovery, and over 17 years of experience in technology, he has developed deep subject matter expertise to help attorneys and corporate clients navigate through challenging legal and technology issues.  In addition, he leads a team of professionals that provide these services, mentor junior staff, and perform quality control to help ensure the integrity of our findings.

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