Rebecca Green

Electronically Stored Information
Subject Matter Expert

Principal at ESI Audit, Inc.

Rebecca's Present-Day Activities and Engagements

Rebecca Green works in flat-fee engagements to assist executives, audit committees, and boards to expand ESI Oversight and to strengthen ESI Audit capabilities, in the adoption of ESI Valuation principles.

Rebecca will consider Special Master and Officer of the Court roles and is happy to assist the judiciary with her expertise in Electronically Stored Information and Digital Forensics. 

She selectively considers board positions where her strengths provide leadership in ESI oversight and ESI valuation principles using value/risk/cost matrices.

Rebecca is available, on a limited basis, to serve as a consulting or testifying ESI Expert in complex litigation and will consider engagements requiring her Digital Forensics expertise.  

Finally, Rebecca may be available for ESI audit oversight on an hourly-fee basis as she is presently developing and recording customized Continuing Education courses. These courses are designed for executives and professionals eager to manage costs in safeguarding legislative-protected ESI as well as establish defensible ESI Oversight positions to minimize potential damages resulting from an ESI compromise. 

Consider if a customized video course or corporate micro-certification for your employees is the right next step towards bringing strong ESI awareness.  These customized courses can bring an organizational focus on mitigating the costs and risks associated with the use, access, sharing, and protection of all ESI, especially high-value ESI.

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Principal at ESI Team, Inc.

Rebecca's last 20 years spanning January 2003 through October 2023

With over 40 years of Information Technology and Telecommunications experience, Ms. Green’s industry responsibilities have included the strategic planning, risk management and operational development functions.

In 2001, Ms. Green was certified in Digital Forensics by a computer forensics’ industry pioneer. Through 2023, she specialized in Digital and Mobile Forensics as well as offering services for clients in the areas of Electronic Discovery and Electronically Stored Information (ESI) Project Management.

Ms. Green has been appointed on several occasions to serve as Officer of the Court to assist in complex electronic discovery matters. She has also served as Special Master to the Northern District of Indiana for the United States federal judiciary.

With over 20 years as a Qualified Expert and nearly 800 ESI engagements, Ms. Green has investigated Trojan horses (spyware), intellectual property theft, violation of non-competes, violation of organizational policies, electronic discovery malpractice, insurance fraud, and computer fraud. She provided services to in-house counsel, defendant’s counsel, plaintiff’s counsel and Executive Officers.

Throughout her career, Ms. Green provided strategic planning in the organizational design of Information Technology teams, policy development, local and wide area network design, system development, application integration, user support and training.

Ms. Green has provided Electronically Stored Information consulting services, including digital and mobile forensic investigations, to private and public sector entities. Some of her clients include Fortune 500 companies in the pharmaceutical, commercial machinery, insurance, automotive, medical, utility, and professional services sectors. She has also provided services to the financial, software development, manufacturing, retail, communications, educational, engineering, medical device, automotive racing, and agricultural industries.

Her engagements include all facets of ESI management from both plaintiff and defensive perspective that would include understanding the duty to preserve obligations, defensibility of preservation decisions, complex ESI collection methodologies, overall project management (including planning, financial, deliverable, execution, timeline, and resource), technical know-how to address anomalies and challenges, excellent documentation leadership, investigative methodologies, ESI location strategies including defensible exclusion strategies, review-tool selection and efficiencies, as well as two decades of experience drafting affidavits, expert reports, and testifying experience in ESI matters at the state and federal level.

She received her B.A. in Management and her M.S. in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University. She holds certifications in Computer Forensics, Applied Decryption, and American Management Association’s System Development Life Cycle process. Ms. Green held AccessData Certified Examiner (ACE)© and Mac & iOS Certified Forensics Examiner certifications.  She holds a Sarbanes-Oxley certification after completing nearly 30 hours of specialized training. Ms. Green has completed her PhD coursework in Cyber Forensics and her dissertation work is all that remains.  

She served as the Chief Technology Officer at Indiana’s largest law firm and held leadership roles in the corporate headquarters of three different Fortune 500 companies. Ms. Green presents frequently on an extensive array of subjects. Her audience sizes range from a dozen to nearly 500. She has authored numerous articles, having been published in local and national media.

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