Scott is the National Director of Forensic Technology Services at Kraft Kennedy
Scott specializes in major technology investigations, Computer Forensics, Incident Response, and the entire eDiscovery lifecycle. He is based out of our Chicago office.
Scott has worked in the big four Advisory space in forensic technology services for 10 years. Scott has worked some very challenging computer forensic cases over the years and continues to produce very professional, sound investigative results. Scott has experience with global forensic technology investigations involving fraud, theft, intellectual property, federal oversight (i.e., FCPA, FTC, SEC), OGC litigation hold matters, litigation support, HR investigations, and court appointed neutral. He has a strong background across the full life cycle of eDiscovery project delivery and considerable project and program management experience with forensic technology projects. Scott has authored many expert reports and has testified as a subject matter witness. Scott has worked his way up through the ranks to Director, building the practice and leading major forensic technology investigations and litigation support engagements.
Scott has extensive training and experience in law enforcement and major investigations. He is a twenty-year veteran investigator and retired Law Enforcement Officer holding the rank of Detective Sergeant. During the latter half of his law enforcement carrier, Scott was assigned to a HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area) as a dually sworn Federal Task Force Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) where he received extensive formal training in Computer Forensics and later designed and built the High Tech Crime Support Unit for HIDTA where he was made director of the unit. Scott has attained several certifications to include the EnCE and CFCE certification. Scott has held several federal security clearances.