Former FBI agent to lead WGM forensic, cyber team in Scottsdale

WGM, a Scottsdale-based information technology consulting, data analytics and security services firm, has added a former special agent from the FBI to lead its forensic and investigative cybersecurity efforts.

Robert Meshinsky

Robert Meshinsky

Robert Meshinsky will serve as the practice leader of forensic services and cyber security investigations at WGM.

Mr. Meshinsky and his team will provide technical help and advice to clients — whether they’re handling a cyber-breach or facing a critical cyber incident, or just want to be better prepared against cyber-attacks.

Mr. Meshinsky’s career includes more than 20 years in law enforcement serving as a Special Agent with the FBI. As a Special Agent, Mr. Meshinsky worked complex criminal, national security and computer intrusion cases.

Mr. Meshinsky served as a member of the FBI’s elite Computer Analysis Response Team for 19 years, including 17 years as the Phoenix Division’s CART Coordinator. As a member of CART, he conducted forensic examinations on seized computers, mobile devices, digital cameras, digital video recorders and digital media across a broad spectrum of investigations conducted by the FBI.

“We are proud to add someone with Bob’s caliber and expertise to our growing leadership team,” noted Chuck Matthews, chairman and CEO of WGM.

“His record speaks volumes of his expertise which will transition nicely into WGM’s Forensic Services and Cyber Security Practice. His calm demeanor and wise approach reassure clients dealing with crisis situations affecting their business.”

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