Daniel Tobok is currently the president and a board member at Digital Wyzdom.
Daniel joined Digital Wyzdom in 2006 after spending 12 + years in professional and leadership positions working for various business advisory firms.
As a member of the senior management team Daniel is responsible for the overall operations at Digital Wyzdom.
Daniel has over 15 years of hands-on experience in security and technology investigations. He has consulted both the private and public sector and has been called upon from far and wide to conduct investigations pertaining to computer forensics, electronic discovery and to provide expert testimony.
Daniel is an internationally-recognized security and forensic specialist, having worked extensively in North America and Europe.
Beyond his widespread knowledge and hands-on experience in the worldwide security trade, he is a well-recognized subject matter expert in cases involving: corporate breaches, fraud, intellectual property theft, threat risk assessments and computer forensic investigations.
Daniel is a member of Information System Audit Control Association (ISACA) Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, International High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and Advisor to the board of the Society for the Policing of Cyberspace (POLCYB)
He is also an avid volunteer and donor in various charities such as The Heart and Stroke Foundation and Sick Kids Foundation.
Daniel resides in Vaughan along with his wife and 3 kids.
Daniel can be reached at email@example.com
Gene McLean is the Managing Director, Alliances and a Board member at Digital Wyzdom.
Gene joined Digital Wyzdom in 2010, working closely with the President. Gene is responsible for building, managing, and optimizing strategic relationships with key alliance partners and driving international opportunities, while over seeing the global alliance strategy.
Gene brings over 35 years of relevant experience to Digital Wyzdom and most recently was Vice President and Chief Security Officer for TELUS Corporation. There, his mandate was to protect personnel and physical assets, to secure the network, to provide for the protection of critical data and intellectual property and to ensure regulatory compliance relating to the release of information
while protecting customer privacy.
As a former Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Officer, Gene's more than 25 years of service included a number of domestic and international operations. He has been involved in a number of security and intelligence investigations on a trans-national basis and maintains a close professional and operational relationship with law enforcement and intelligence agencies, both in Canada and abroad.
Gene also sits on a number of boards and advisory councils including: the Program Education Advisory Board for the British Columbia Institute of Technology, Forensics Faculty; the Advisory Committee with Concordia University College of Alberta; the Overseas Security Advisory Council; the Canadian Society for Industrial Security; and The Society for the Policing of Cyberspace (POLCYB).
Most notably, Gene serves on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA), a federal government appointment.
Finally, Gene holds a 'Top Secret' Federal Government of Canada Security Clearance.
Gene can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason Green is the Managing Director - Security, at Digital Wyzdom. He is responsible for governance, risk, compliance, security breaches, incident response, and investigations.
Jason brings more than 20 years of experience in international security, investigations, and digital forensics to this role. He brings both a macro perspective-the lifecycle of information security and complex investigations-and pragmatic, hands-on experience to Digital Wyzdom. He has worked at the highest levels of organizations (the C-suite) and he has headed up large, multi-functional, end-to-end security teams to address both tactical and strategic issues.
In this role, Jason's key focus is on overall enterprise risk management by working with clients to assist in addressing their security needs by developing robust people, processes, and technology strategies. Specifically, he assists clients with overall security architecture, development of strategic security plans, assessing vulnerabilities, and identifying and addressing both security and technology issues, while optimizing efficiencies.
A special area of focus for Jason has been the investigation of theft of intellectual property, unauthorized access to proprietary data, and breaches of competitive, and market-sensitive information.
He has worked extensively across multiple industries which include government, finance and healthcare, where he has investigated the misuse of corporate assets as well as fraudulent transactions and schemes. His investigative work on behalf of clients has included the execution of search and seizure orders, subsequent IT forensic analysis of seized systems and devices, surveillance and physical security, and appearing in court as a professional witness when required.
With public interest piqued by such TV franchises as CSI, NCIS, and Criminal Minds, universities and colleges in North America are seeing unprecedented enrollment in forensic-related courses. Currently, Jason teaches a Computer and Crime Forensic course to second year students at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario.
Jason holds the following designations: Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP); Access Data Certified Examiner (ACE); Certified Antiterrorism Specialist (CAS); Licensed Private Investigator (Province of Ontario); Member, International Association for Counter-Terrorism and Security Professionals; and Member, Computer Security Institute.
If you would like to discuss your security, investigations, and digital
forensics needs in person, please contact Jason directly at (416) 304-3934
Maurice Ragogna is the Managing Director, Forensics at Digital Wyzdom. He is responsible for digital forensic investigations, chain-of-custody, and expert witness services.
He brings more than 36 years of policing experience to solving the computer forensics problems of Digital Wyzdom's clients. His first 25 years of law enforcement included many of the duties you see on television crime and detective shows.
Computers, and their pivotal role in catching criminals have been his focus since 1998 at the Toronto Police Service, continuing until his retirement in April 2011. As a result, Maurice has unique qualifications: experience in both on-the-street law enforcement and computer forensics.
His professional qualifications benefit Digital Wyzdom's clients in three ways: First, at a time when police forces are overworked and understaffed, Maurice knows which client files can be successfully pursued as criminal matters and which should be pursued as civil actions.
Second, client files that justify criminal complaints by Digital Wyzdom clients to a police department must be presented in a manner that makes investigation by police forces as efficient as possible. No one knows how to do this better than Maurice, always respecting the chain-of-custody and other critical forensic-related methodologies.
Third, Maurice's understanding of police procedures and of the latest tools and techniques in forensic investigations, combined with his contacts locally, nationally, and internationally, means Digital Wyzdom clients are "plugged into" the best tools, technologies, and professionals.
He founded the High Tech Crime Investigative Association – Ontario Chapter (HTCIA) in 1998 and is the current president.
He is a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) and a Certified Electronic Evidence Collection Specialist (CEECS). In addition, he holds the A+ Certification from the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). He has designed and taught computer forensics courses; he has been a guest lecturer at a number of universities and colleges.
Maurice Ragogna can be reached at email@example.com