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Internationally Recognized Computer Forensics Expert to Serve as President of Forensics for Leading eDiscovery Alternative Legal Services Provider
BOSTON, MA – July 17, 2018 – HaystackID, a specialized eDiscovery services firm that helps corporations and law firms find, listen, and learn from data when they face complex, data-intensive investigations and litigation, today announced the expansion of its Forensics First service capability with the appointment of computer forensics expert John Wilson as President of Forensics. The appointment also corresponds with the establishment of HaystackID’s Digital Evidence and Investigations Practice.
An internationally recognized digital evidence expert, John Wilson has more than two decades of computer forensics-centric audit, investigation, and litigation experience. A licensed private investigator, a certified examiner, and an information technology expert, John has conducted national and international investigations on behalf of organizations to include Fortune 500 companies, AMLAW 100 firms, Senate Oversight Committees, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the US Department of Justice (DOJ). In his role as President of Forensics, he will lead HaystackID’s efforts to help customers ensure defensible practices related to computer forensics, records management, eDiscovery, and information governance. He will also be a primary expert for HaystackID’s newly formed Digital Evidence and Investigations Practice.
“As a highly sought-after computer forensics expert and leader with a deep understanding of investigation and litigation lifecycles, John has a proven record of developing and managing computer forensics investigations and teams,” shared Hal Brooks, CEO of HaystackID. “We are excited to have him join our team knowing that his expertise and unique experience in complex investigations will be of immediate value to our customers.”
With a worldwide reach and local touch, HaystackID’s newly formed Digital Evidence and Investigations Practice provides customers a highly trained team of compliance, computer forensics, and investigation experts with a dedicated focus on helping organizations plan, organize, conduct, and manage complex audits and investigations. This new practice also augments and complements HaystackID’s current portfolio of Forensic First offerings that include:
+ Computer Forensic Collections and Analysis
+ Computer Forensic Expert Witness Testimony
+ ESI Identification, Collection, and Preservation
+ ESI Triage Services
+ Data Discovery Consulting and Management
In addition to these Forensics First offerings, customers are also supported by a broad portfolio of legal discovery and document review services as part of HaystackID’s Early Case Insight and ReviewRight offerings.
To learn more about HaystackID’s Forensic First services and Digital Evidence Practice and how they can enhance your audit, investigation, and litigation efforts today, visit HaystackID.com.
HaystackID is a specialized eDiscovery services firm that helps corporations and law firms find, listen, and learn from data when they face complex, data-intensive investigations and litigation. With an earned reputation for mobilizing industry-leading computer forensics, eDiscovery, and attorney document review experts, HaystackID’s Forensics First, Early Case Insight, and ReviewRight services accelerate and deliver quality outcomes at a fair and predictable price.
Serving more than 500 of the world’s leading corporations and law firms from North American and European locations, HaystackID’s combination of expertise and executional excellence coupled with a culture of white glove customer service make it the alternative legal services provider that is big enough to matter but small enough to care.