Law and Forensics
Daniel Garrie is an internationally recognized cybersecurity, cyber-warfare, electronic discovery, privacy, and forensic expert leading Law and Forensics, the fifth company he co-founded. He is also a Neutral with JAMS where he serves as an arbitrator, mediator, forensic neutral, discovery referee, Special Master, and technical special master all over the globe.
Daniel is a recognized entrepreneur, respected and successful investor, a frequently sought after arbitrator, mediator, a court appointed forensic neutral and discovery referee, and renowned educator to the bench and bar. He also is the CISO at Zeichner Ellman Krause LLP.
Daniel also co-founded and sits on the executive committee of the UCLA Extension Global Cyber Institute and is a Professor of Computer Forensics at Harvard.
No one is immune to a cybersecurity incident. Every industry and business sector—including the legal profession—is a target for hackers and cybercriminals. As early as 2009, the FBI flagged the legal industry as a group that was vulnerable to cyber attacks, issuing an advisory that hackers were increasingly targeting law firms. This discussion explores why […]