18350 Mt. Langley Street, Suite 110
Gregory Caouette is a senior director for Kroll.
He provides clients with industry leading technology solutions and consulting services to support all manner of issues related to electronically stored information (ESI). Relying on his extensive computer forensic knowledge, he advises clients on the intricacies and implications of the voluminous use of digital storage and its inherent vulnerability to fraud and data breach. He offers tactical e-discovery and incident response strategies to ensure litigation preparedness and incident resolution.
With nearly 13 years spent conducting computer forensic analysis and assessment, his investigative accomplishments includes the search for and discovery of evidence of financial fraud and theft of trade secrets, as well as the improper removal, duplications or destruction of data. Additionally, having conducted over 140 computer forensic examinations in his tenure with Kroll, Caouette is often called upon to offer expert witness testimony.
- Digital Evidence Acuity. Prior to joining Kroll, Caouette managed the digital evidence program for the US Postal Inspection Service in a twelve-state region, where he trained forensic computer analysts in the proper methods of collecting, preserving and processing digital evidence.
- Forensic Investigations. Throughout his tenure with the US Postal Service, Caouette conducted over 175 computers forensic examinations, coordinated field search and seizure of computer-related evidence, and developed an internet crimes training course.
Education, Certifications & Recognitions
- EnCase® Certified Examiner, Guidance Software (EnCE)
- Agency Trainer – EnCase Forensic Software
- Apple Certified Macintosh Technician (ACMT)
- BS in Accounting, Jones College, Florida
- Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)
- High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA), member
- International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS), former member