Mr. Mazur has extensive experience conducting investigations concerning fraud, unauthorized data access, misappropriation of trade secrets and data manipulation and destruction. He has led large technology projects relating to the forensic recovery and electronic discovery process of data demanded by subpoena and has forensically produced millions of pages of client data for critical privileged legal review.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Mazur was a Managing Director at Huron Legal and was the leader of their Digital Forensic and Expert Services practice.
He has instructed federal, state and local law enforcement officers in conducting computer-based investigations and forensic analysis while an instructor for the Department of Defense, Cyber Crime Center.
Mr. Mazur has conducted hundreds of investigations while a detective with the Metropolitan Police Department's Financial Investigations Unit in Washington, DC and has received computer forensic training from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigations Division and the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. He was recognized for his outstanding achievements by the U.S. Department of Justice at the 13th and 19th annual International Law Enforcement Awards and was nominated in 1998 for the U.S. Department of Justice Outstanding Achievement Award.
Some of Mr. Mazur's credentials include: Seized Computer Evidence Recovery Specialist (SCERS-FLETC), Encase Certified Examiner (ENCE), Certified Electronic Evidence Collection Specialist, Certified Technical Trainer (CTIA) and Computer Network Investigations (CNTP-FLETC). His academic achievements include a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Maryland.
Mr. Mazur is highly regarded as an expert witness in computer forensics and electronic discovery and has extensive experience testifying in U.S. courts.