Charlie Platt, VP of Technology, has over three decades of experience working on data analysis, digital forensics, cybersecurity, information systems, and eDiscovery. He is a testifying expert and has testified in both Federal and State court on topics related to cybersecurity, digital forensics, and eDiscovery.
Charlie has managed projects such as large-scale forensics investigations spanning multiple countries and highly complex intellectual property cases in the legal and eDiscovery industries. He has testified in large multi-million dollar class action lawsuits and in highly sensitive cyber security investigations. He has managed comprehensive, multifaceted collections and investigations, both domestically and internationally and has managed software development projects for a variety of Fortune 50 corporations and large government clients, including NASA, DoS, and The Smithsonian Institution.
Charlie holds a Certificate in Information Risk Management from Harvard University, a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and Cyber Security from George Mason University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems from Roanoke College. He also holds certifications in digital forensics (EnCE), cloud computing (CCSP), and cyber security (CISSP, ISSMP, CEH). He also holds a Certificate from George Washington University in C/C++ Software Development for Unix.