Forensic Services

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With the release of sensitive data from more than 200 police departments and the FBI could be a sign that law enforcement agencies are becoming a prime target for attacks, given recent civil unrest.
Breach Detection

BlueLeaks target public safety data files in disturbing hack attacks

July 27, 2020
What the leak of sensitive data from police forces in U.S. teaches the private sector about cybersecurity gaps and strategies
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Technology for detecting gunshots was not commercially available until the last decade. Solutions are now available to detect gunshots indoors and outdoors.
Gunshot Detection

Gunshot Detection Devices: The New Frontier in Security Equipment?

Sept. 16, 2019
Law enforcement and security staffs look for proper integration of technology to solve challenges
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Employees who are unaware of the risks associated with oversharing on social media can endanger the company’s intellectual property, reputation, clients, and fellow employees.
Information Security

The Security and Social Media Dilemma

March 25, 2019
Today’s CSO must be aware of risks posed by insiders and possess potential mitigation strategies
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Identifying the nature of biological material present on evidence from a crime scene can shed light on the circumstances. Biological materials in the form of bodily fluids such as blood, semen, and saliva, or tissues such as skin, each contain unique proteins that can identify a particular sample. Unfortunately, protein detection techniques are variable and labor intensive. They’re also imperfect, as they’re not able to conclusively detect all bodily fluids and tissues.
Security Industry Services

Exploring techniques for identifying body fluids on criminal evidence

Oct. 29, 2014
Crime scene investigation is about to get more affordable and efficient with updated forensic methods
Former senior-ranking Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Special Agent in Charge Mary E. Galligan, who supervised some of the FBI’s largest and most high profile investigations -- including the September 11th terrorist attacks -- has joined Deloitte & Touche LLP’s market-leading security and privacy practice as a director. Galligan recently retired from the FBI after more than 25 years’ service.
Information Security

Deloitte appoints former FBI cyber division special agent as a director

Sept. 16, 2013
Former FBI New York Office Cyber Division Special Agent in Charge Mary E. Galligan enhances Deloitte’s industry-leading approach of bringing together cutting-edge cyber security...
Pflaging’s insight into federal cybersecurity challenges as well as his experience in building and growing businesses will be valuable as the company continues to expand its leadership position in the security industry.
Security Industry Services

Tripwire appoints Chertoff Group executive to board of directors

July 9, 2013
Jim Pflaging brings federal cybersecurity and continuous monitoring expertise to Tripwire
Security Industry Services

Deloitte acquires Vigilant’s cyber security services business

May 30, 2013
Acquisition complements Deloitte’s market-leading security practice and aggressively positions Deloitte as the cyber threat consultancy of the future
Security Industry Services

Anti-corruption Specialist and Former FBI Special Agent Scott Moritz Joins Protiviti as Managing Director in New York

Feb. 5, 2013
Moritz has joined the New York office of Protiviti Inc. as a managing director in the Internal Audit and Financial Advisory group