Daniel has led cyber and forensic teams in some of the most visible and sensitive cyber incidents in the United States. He and his team have worked for two of the top five banks in the globe, and dozens of the largest private and public companies in the world. Daniel and his team have been involved in thousands of investigations and disputes all over the globe. In addition, Daniel has been awarded several patents for advanced cybersecurity and forensic platform he built with his team that is currently used in the industry, Forensic Scan.
Daniel is also well-published in the cybersecurity space and has authored more than 200 articles and books. His work is cited by Black’s Law Dictionary 10th Ed. In defining the terms “software”, “internet”, and “algorithm.” Additionally, he has been recognized by several United States Supreme Court Justices for his legal scholarship and is a trusted source and thought leader for cybersecurity articles and opinions, being cited over 500 times to date.
Daniel also enjoys teaching and is currently an Adjunct Professor of Law at Rutgers University in Cyber Security and Cyber Warfare and an Adjunct Professor at the Global Cyber Institute, UCLA Extension School, where he serves as a Co-Founder. He has lectured all over the globe to thousands of individuals on various technology related topics, at institutions that include: Harvard Law School, University of California Los Angeles, Columbia University, Cardozo Law School, Brandeis University, and dozens of federal and state agencies.