As founder and Executive Chairman of Stroz Friedberg, Ed Stroz oversees the growth of the firm and serves clients responding to Internet extortions, denial of service attacks, computer hacking, insider abuse, theft of trade secrets, electronic discovery matters, and by providing expert testimony. Most recently, Mr. Stroz was highlighted by Fortune Magazine for his work pioneering the use of behavioral science in the investigative methodology to gain insights about the intent and state-of-mind of computer users. Prior to Stroz Friedberg, Mr. Stroz was a Special Agent at the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) where he was responsible for the formation of the FBI’s Computer Crime Squad in New York City.
Mr. Stroz is on the Board of Trustees of Fordham University and serves as co-chair on the Committee for the International Conference on Cyber Security (ICCS), organized with the FBI and Fordham University and attended by investigators from over 40 countries. Mr. Stroz also sits on the Board of Directors of the Crime Commission of New York City, an independent non-profit organization focused on criminal justice and public safety policies and practices.