DiscoverReady expand forensic advisory services with appointment of Michael Ciaramitaro

DiscoverReady just announced that Michael Ciaramitaro has joined the company as director of forensic advisory services.
In his new role, Ciaramitaro will lead the DiscoverReady global forensic services team, offering consultation in support of corporate and law firm clients in the identification, preservation and collection of stored data to effectively respond to litigation, government investigations or other legal matters.
“We continue to see growth in global litigation, M&A-related activity, IP disputes and cybersecurity-related challenges that have all contributed to an increase in the need for digital forensic and cyber privacy expertise,” says Matthew D. Nelson, vice president of advisory services and associate general counsel for privacy and security at DiscoverReady. “Michael brings a depth of experience and a forward-thinking perspective that will enable our customers to address evolving forensic challenges posed by mobile devices, cloud applications, IoT devices and other emerging sources of ESI.”
“DiscoverReady has an amazing track record providing eDiscovery services, and the commitment to expand forensic services to address customer needs demonstrates they are focused on the future,” says Ciaramitaro. “I’m excited to join the effort to expand our footprint and to lead the charge to make forensic services efficient, defensible and cost-effective for organizations facing investigations or eDiscovery.”
About Michael Ciaramitaro
Michael Ciaramitaro has over 16 years’ experience in managing large and complex cases involving collections and computer forensic investigations.
He is an expert in data mapping, preservation and analysis of electronically stored information. He has worked closely in assisting attorneys with planning discovery requests, developing interrogatories, providing computer forensic strategies and issuing expert testimony. He has a strong knowledge base in computer forensic methodology, evidence handling and developing automated collection technologies with formal classroom training and certification in computer forensics.
Ciaramitaro received his Bachelor of Science from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management and earned his EnCase Certified Examiner certification in computer forensics in 2002. He has published numerous articles on the subject of computer forensics and emerging technologies.
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