Chief Technology Officer
Mr. Lanterman contributes to the Cyber and Privacy Risk and Insurance column for IRMI.com.
He wrote the October 2015 issue of The Risk Report, “Plan To Protect Digital Assets,” and has spoken at several IRMI conferences, including the Construction Risk Conference, the CyberRisk Summit, and the Energy Risk and Insurance Conference.
Mr. Lanterman is the chief technology officer of Computer Forensic Services. Before entering the private sector, he was a member of the US Secret Service Electronic Crimes Taskforce. Mr. Lanterman has 28 years of security and forensic experience and has testified in over 2,000 cases.
He is a member of the faculty for the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, DC; the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada; the University of Minnesota; and the Mitchell Hamline Law School. Mr. Lanterman is also a professor in the cyber-security program at the St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Mr. Lanterman has provided training in digital evidence, computer forensics, and cyber security to the US Supreme Court. He has also presented to the 8th and 11th Circuit Federal Judicial Conferences, as well as numerous state and federal judicial conferences across the United States.
Mr. Lanterman is a sought-after speaker and conducts over 40 continuing legal education classes annually. He provides frequent commentary about cyber and privacy security issues for national print and broadcast media, including ABC, Al Jazeera, Bloomberg, BusinessWeek, CBS, FOX News, NBC, The New York Times, NPR, and The Wall Street Journal.
Mr. Lanterman completed his postgrad studies in cyber security at Harvard University and received his bachelor's and master's degrees in computer science from Upsala College. He has received many security certifications and training certificates, including from the Department of Homeland Security and the National White Collar Crime Center. He has authored "What You Don't Know Can Hurt You: Computer Security for Lawyers," Bench & Bar of Minnesota; "Elephant in the Room—Case Studies of Social Media in Civil and Criminal Cases," Next Generation; and the eDiscovery Law and Tech Blog.
Currently, Mr. Lanterman is a member of the Minnesota Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board and serves as chairman of its Opinions Committee.