Art Ehuan




Art Ehuan is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal Disputes and Investigations’ Cyber practice. He is a strategic information security specialist with more than 20 years of experience working with U.S. and international clients and governments.

His expertise focuses on information / data protection, privacy, risk management, advisory services and governance, and Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT).

Before joining A&M, Mr. Ehuan was a founder of Forward Discovery Inc., an incident response and digital investigations firm that provides services to government and corporate clients. He also previously served as Director of the Corporate Information Security Department for USAA, a Fortune 200 financial services company. There, he provided worldwide enterprise strategic guidance on the protection of USAA corporate and customer information. He established USAA’s digital forensic and electronic discovery capability in this capacity.

Mr. Ehuan has served as Deputy Chief Information Security Officer for Northrop Grumman Corporation’s (NGC) Information Security Directorate. He was responsible for protecting NGC from information system threats from both internal and external sources and for developing and managing security operations including methodology, infrastructure protection and E-business best practices.

Previously, Mr. Ehuan served as Manager with the Federal Information Security Team for KPMG Consulting, where he established information security initiatives and solutions for government agencies and private industry. He also developed BearingPoint’s corporate incident response and digital forensic services.

In addition, Mr. Ehuan was a program manager for Cisco Systems Information Security, responsible for securing corporate networks, managing risk assessments, source code protection, and establishing the digital forensic and investigation capability.

He brings an extensive law enforcement background in conducting and managing computer intrusion investigations. His tenure includes working for the FBI, where his last assignment was as Supervisory Special Agent assigned to Computer Crime Investigations Program at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. He participated in the working group that formulated the policies that regulate how FBI offices conduct computer crime investigations in the U.S.

He was also a Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, conducting global investigations on cyber threats that impacted Department of Defense and U.S. Air Force systems.