As a Consultant for corporate Incident Response, Randy has had the opportunity to apply his forensic and security skills in the corporate environment for clients of Dell SecureWorks and IBM. Randy’s broad background in investigative techniques has helped him successfully complete difficult analysis in numerous engagements worldwide including intrusions, malware infections, SQL Injection and employee misconduct. In addition to his previous work as an Principal and Consultant, Randy functions as an Delivery Manager with Dell SecureWorks, investigating and supervising intrusion and malware investigations worldwide.
Prior to his current work of corporate Incident Response, Randy was a police officer with the Wichita (Kansas) Police Department for 23 years, 12 of which were spent as a Detective in computer forensics and computer crime investigations. Randy was an original member of the Forensic Computer Crime Unit (FCCU) and designed the original team structure and mission. During his law enforcement career, he conducted computer forensic examinations for hundreds of cases including capital murder, the BTK serial killer, child exploitation, cyber stalking, financial crimes and numerous other cases. Several of Randy’s cases were upheld by the Kansas Supreme Court. He has received awards from the FBI and the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) for his computer forensic investigations and has testified in Federal and State courts as a fact and expert witness.