Daniel Roffman focuses his practice on high-stakes investigations, data forensics and data discovery. Sources comment that he “excels at distilling and communicating the technical data he has gathered in a way that is easily understandable”.
Dan Roffman is a senior managing director at FTI in the digital forensics and investigations practice of the technology segment. For the past 13 years, Mr Roffman has provided expert investigative consulting services and testimony to corporations around the globe on digital forensics, e-discovery, and cyber investigations. Mr Roffman regularly consults with global corporations and provides expertise and testimony on matters involving the theft of trade secrets, software piracy, email alteration and fabrication, fraud and cybersecurity. He currently supervises FTI Consulting’s computer forensic labs and staff in Chicago and New York.
Mr Roffman applies technical expertise to a wide range of legal and regulatory matters.
In 2018, Mr Roffman led a global software piracy investigation, including inspection of more than 50 computer hard drives and 30 virtual machines. FTI inspected Windows, Linux and Mac systems for key generators, licence files and deletion activity. FTI’s findings led the client to amend their complaint against the Defendants.
In 2017, Mr Roffman led an investigation to determine whether computers had been infected with malware following a high-profile data breach. Mr Roffman authored multiple forensic reports that were submitted in federal court.
In 2016, Mr Roffman testified in federal court regarding email fabrication at the centre of a contract dispute. Mr Roffman’s testimony led the judge to sanction the party that fabricated the email by dismissing their counterclaim with prejudice.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr Roffman worked in the criminal division of the United States Department of Justice.
Mr Roffman has spoken at numerous conferences and authored papers relating to computer forensics, cybersecurity and trade secrets theft.