Cuyler Robinson has expertise in digital forensics, information security, and incident response. He leads high-profile investigations of cyber security attacks, trade secret theft, white collar crimes, data privacy breaches and other disruptions that threaten a company’s integrity or value.
Mr. Robinson reports his investigation findings to counsel on behalf of company management and boards. He focuses on highly technical analysis that supports counsel as they provide legal advice and resolve potential notification obligations to the Federal Trade Commission, the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. state attorneys general, industry regulators, and other enforcement agencies.
When called upon, he delivers expert opinions through testimony in state and district courts and has testified numerous times. Mr. Robinson has served as a neutral forensic expert, appointed by courts and parties, to supervise and conduct digital forensic analysis of evidence.
In addition to investigative matters, Mr. Robinson examines company information security and data privacy programs for reasonableness against industry standards and benchmarks and in the context of the upcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation.
Mr. Robinson is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT), and has received extensive training in information security, incident response, data privacy, and digital forensics. He is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and Co-Chair of its Chicago KnowledgeNet Chapter. He frequently speaks at industry conferences on forensics and security and has written for publications such as Technology for the Litigator, an ABA publication.
BS, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Colorado State University