Mr. Rubin joined Stroz Friedberg in 2003 and is one of the firm’s most experienced cybersecurity professionals. As a Managing Director, Mr. Rubin leads technical teams in some of the firm’s most challenging cyber-related engagements, including digital forensic investigations, IT security risk assessments, and data breach incident response. He has deep expertise in matters involving theft of intellectual property, incident response, e-forgery, leaks of confidential information, and information security best practices.
Mr. Rubin regularly serves as an expert witness in digital forensics and has provided expert testimony in numerous civil and criminal matters. Triers of fact have relied upon Mr. Rubin’s technical advice and expert opinions in numerous high-stakes cases, including Epic Systems Corporation’s landmark victory in a trade secret misappropriation case, a federal criminal securities fraud case against the former CEO of Qwest, and civil litigation stemming from Scott Rothstein’s $1.2 billion dollar Ponzi scheme.
In addition to his casework, Mr. Rubin oversees Stroz Friedberg’s U.S. western region digital forensic practice and is actively involved in the strategic development of the firm’s cyber and eDiscovery service offerings. Mr. Rubin is co-author of “What Every Lawyer Should Know About Digital Forensics,” published in The Pennsylvania Lawyer (Fall 2006), and is a frequent presenter and lecturer on computer forensics, insider threats to proprietary data, and other cyber-related topics.
Mr. Rubin holds active certifications as a Certified Information Systems Security Processional (CISSP), GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA) and as an EnCase® Certified Forensic Examiner (EnCE). Mr. Rubin received his B.A. in Political Science from Emory University.