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Thomas Moore
Director, Digital Forensics
Tom is our digital forensics director and has been a forensics practitioner since 2001. He leads our forensics practice at Marclay and ensures that we are aligned with current standards, including ISO 17025.
Tom has managed more than 85 digital forensics investigations globally and is a specialist in handling cross-jurisdictional forensics and e-discovery across the EMEA and Asia Pacific regions. Tom is accustomed to handling an array of complex cases, including large scale fraud, intellectual property theft, national security, corporate and regulatory issues.
Regularly acting under instruction from both clients and their legal advisers – often in his capacity as a recognised expert witness – Tom brings an articulate and creative approach to forensics. He often works as part of our team on wider crisis response and cyber investigation engagements, which often require a detailed forensic approach. Calm under pressure, Tom is has received industry praise for leading investigations on sensitive document leaks, identifying insider data theft and coordinating complex e-discovery undertakings.
Tom is an accredited member of both the British Computer Society and the Expert Witness Institute. He is experienced in the use of a variety of technical and analytical tools, including EnCase, Magnet AXIOM, Nuix, Intella and i2 iBase / Analyst Notebook and combines this technical knowledge with an up-to-date and practical understanding of legal procedure.
Tom is accustomed to working on high profile and sensitive cases and has carried UK HM Government SC clearance.
In his spare time, Tom is an avid pilot and holds a private pilot’s license with SEP and IR(R) ratings.