Art Ehuan

Art Ehuan has extensive, high-profile industry and law enforcement experience in the field of information security. Mr. Ehuan has a specialization in the financial, insurance and health sectors to include strategy for enterprise data protection, incident response, digital investigations for corporate and government agencies. Mr. Ehuan also serves as a lecturer on cyber crime/terrorism for the U.S. State Department, Diplomatic Security Service, Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program. In this capacity he has lectured on cyber threat to nation-state critical infrastructure to include Advanced Persistent Threat (ATP), Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) protection. Prior to his position as Managing Director at A&M, Art was a Director at Forward Discovery, a cyber forensics consulting and training firm.

Mr. Ehuan was previously an Adjunct Professor/Lecturer at George Washington University, Georgetown University and Duke University where he taught courses on cyber crime, incident response, digital investigations and computer forensics. He is a contributing author of Techno-Security’s Guide to E-Discovery and Digital Forensics from Elsevier Publishing.

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