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March 24, 2020 - Monthly Chapter Meeting


“Cybersecurity-How to Protect Your Business, Yourself & Your Clients While Maintaining an Active Online Presence”

Speaker – Robert B. Fried, MS

DATE:     Tuesday, March 24, 2020

TIME:     12-1 pm  EST

PLACE:  Due to COVID-19 ICF-LI is taking precautions.  We are changing the Meeting to be a Webinar. 


“Cybersecurity-How to Protect Your Business, Yourself & Your Clients While Maintaining an Active Online Presence”

Are you protecting yourself in today’s technological world? At the upcoming ICF Long Island Charter Chapter Monthly Meeting, on March 24, 2020, our guest speaker will be Robert B. Fried, Senior Director of Digital Forensics & Expert Services at Consilio. Rob will be discussing tips on how to safeguard the devices that you use and the ways in which you communicate and interact.  From communication to data storage, we will share vital information to guide you in protecting your Coaching Practice and your Client’s data.

Key takeaways will range from the following:

      • What types of cybercrime impact small businesses globally?
      • How to safeguard your files and data from identity theft attacks?
      • How to take various measures to prevent cyber-crimes and data leakage?
      • A fusion of the ICF new Code of Ethics with Cybersecurity to help your business thrive in the Digital Age.

Please bring your coaching challenges, dilemmas, and questions to share with Rob and among the group of coaching professionals.



Robert B. Fried is a Senior Director of Consilio’s Digital Forensics and Expert Services Team where he manages, investigates and performs digital evidence collections and examinations.  Robert joined Consilio through its acquisition of Huron Legal in 2016.  Prior to joining Huron Legal, Robert was a Consultant at DOAR Litigation Consulting where he provided digital evidence consulting to the firm’s clients in support of litigation discovery and investigative matters.  Prior to DOAR, Robert was a Computer Crime Specialist at the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), where he developed and instructed computer forensic and investigative training courses for federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.  Robert attained a BS and MS in Forensic Science from the University of New Haven.  Additionally, Robert holds and actively maintains the following certifications: AccessData Certified Examiner (ACE), Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE), EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE) and GIAC Certified Forensics Analyst (GCFA).  Robert is a licensed Professional Investigator in Michigan and is a licensed Private Investigator in New York.