Scot Lippenholz has over 25 years of experience working in Information Technology, including 15 years of Information Security experience for the Federal Civil Government, Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, Fortune 500, and Defense Industrial Base organizations. For the past 13 years Scot has responded to and managed large-scale intrusion investigations and conducted forensic examinations for counterintelligence and counter-terrorism investigations. As a Director at CrowdStrike Services, he has responded, managed and performed analysis on many incidents each year.
Prior to joining the CrowdStrike team, Scot performed incident response, malware hunting, and digital forensics for Mandiant\FireEye and Booz Allen Hamilton. While performing incident response, he worked with the FBI, US-CERT, and various OSI organizations. Previously, Scot was the Senior Manager for Security Operations for a Fortune 100 company providing him valuable insight into how information security can operate harmoniously with business processes.
Scot has presented on technical topics at multiple security conferences, including DoD Cybercrime, US Cybercrime, BSides, and US Cyberspace Symposium. Additionally, he has spoken on Advanced Cyber Threats and Malware to NASA, University of Texas at San Antonio, Alamo ISSA, and several other organizations
Scot attended Stevenson University in the Masters of Science Forensic Studies program and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Information Studies from University of Maryland Baltimore County. His certifications include GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA), CISSP, Access Data Certified Examiner (ACE), MCSE, MCDBA, CEH, ECSA, and DoD Certified Forensic Examiner.
Contributions by Scot Lippenholz
Global Cyber Threat Landscape
Speaker at IAPP Privacy. Security. Risk. 2020