RICHMOND, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/10/13 -- TCS Forensics Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Stewart Bertram as Director of Cyber Security & Threats Intelligence.
Stewart brings ten years of experience in providing tactical and strategic intelligence support to the CEO's of global multinational companies (some over 100,000 employees), combined with a number of professional and academic certifications; Stewart epitomizes best practice within the field of intelligence and security. Stewart's past includes real time cyber threat monitoring support for the 2012 London Olympic Games, geopolitical risk assessment, effects of terrorism within Sub Saharan Africa, risk assessing the impact on the Organization of data breach from employee use of social media and direct consultancy on how to develop a cyber-threat intelligence capability. With deep knowledge in the field of risk assessment on terrorism, cyber threats and cybercrime trends, Stewart adds value to the customers' existing risk assessment.
With the rapidly growing digital industry of business, government and personal records, TCS Forensics can offer customers everything from threat active profiling, to digital forensic investigations and network security analysis to safeguard businesses from intruders and cyber-terrorist.
TCS Forensics is the premiere forensics investigation company that specializes in mobile devices such as Iphone, Ipad, Blackberry & 5300 others, computers, laptops and PC's. We also specialize in network vulnerability/Penetration Testing, Risk management and E-discovery. TCS Forensics has the largest private forensic lab in Western Canada serving clients right across Canada and USA. We provide onsite forensics 24X7X365 and service many clients from individuals, companies including law firms, private investigators, government to financial institutions.
TCS Forensics Limited
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