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Marc Brawner is a managing director and global head of managed services with Kroll’s Cyber Risk practice, based in the Nashville office. With over 20 years of experience in information technology, including 16 years focused on cyber security, Marc is an acknowledged expert in cyber risk management, incident response, and computer forensics investigations.
Marc rejoined Kroll in 2013 after spending seven years leading Marsh & McLennan Companies’ global incident response and risk assessment team, where he grew and refined its worldwide threat hunting, computer forensics, vulnerability management, and vendor risk management capabilities.
From 1999-2006, Marc honed his technical and leadership skills at Kroll. His technical work uncovered cases of corporate espionage and intellectual property theft, as well as major e-commerce and payment card breaches. During this time, Marc also performed malware analysis and penetration testing, architected and managed enterprise technology and cyber security solutions, and implemented policy and compliance programs for Kroll and its clients. Earlier in his career, Marc implemented and managed computer systems and networks for clients in healthcare, insurance, entertainment, and university settings.
Marc’s diverse background across multiple facets of information technology, coupled with years of experience as a consultant, practitioner, and manager, provide a unique blend of knowledge and understanding of the challenges both IT and cyber security teams face. He works closely with legal, HR, and compliance personnel at organizations worldwide to deliver significant value and savings through creative use of cyber security and forensic capabilities.
Marc has participated in hundreds of incident response, computer forensics, and risk assessment activities, implemented and managed enterprise technology solutions, led vendor and regulatory compliance programs, and managed global information technology and security teams.