Nuix appoints former police officer Paul Slater as Head of Forensic Solutions

Nuix is now known as a provider of eDiscovery and information governance solutions used by major companies and law firms as well as by regulators, particularly financial regulators. Its roots, however, lay in the development of a forensic collections tool, and it has not neglected those roots as it expanded into other and wider things. Nuix has now appointed a Director of Forensic Solutions. He is Paul Slater, who began his career as a computer forensic investigator in the Greater Manchester police, going on to serve as interim head of the Digital Forensics Unit in the UK Serious Fraud Office. He then spent seven years as a digital forensics adviser to legal, corporate and government clients, a career which amply fits him for the post to which Nuix has now appointed him.

He is familiar with Nuix, having advocated its use, and having been a user, in his earlier career. He looks set to be a valuable addition to the growing Nuix senior management team.

There is an announcement about this appointment here with more details.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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