Courtney leverages more than six years of experience in assisting clients with cyber investigations, specializing in forensics and incident response. She has investigated client issues relating to computer security events, internet fraud, identity theft and intellectual property misappropriation. Additionally, Courtney has been involved in engagements that focused on data breach incident response for both global and smaller boutique clients, large-scale information security reviews, and privacy and information.
In the course of the investigations and reviews, Courtney has managed numerous incident response engagements and has performed countless digital evidence examinations for clients across diverse industries. Her cases involved issues such as ransomware, business email compromise, insider theft, credit card breaches and advanced persistent threats. Courtney is particularly skilled in managing cyber incident response engagements and supporting clients through the incident response lifecycle.
Courtney’s notable achievements include discovering a new family of point-of-sale (POS) malware, which uses a unique method to exfiltrate consumers’ stolen payment card information, with another colleague in the Kroll Cyber Risk practice. This expertise was featured in SC Media, Threat Brief and Hackbusters, among others. Courtney has also been involved in many speaking engagements. Recently, she spoke on “Keeping Up with Cybersecurity Challenges” at the Kroll Network of Women, 2021.
Courtney holds a B.S. in digital forensics from Chestnut Hill College. She is also a GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner (GCFE), GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA) and GIAC Network Forensic Analyst (GNFA). Additionally, she is an active member of Woman in Cyber.