RGL Sets Up Forensic Technology Lab and Hires Duc Nguyen as Manager
Press Release – December 2016
Insurance / Legal / Corporate
RGL Forensics, a leading financial investigations company, specializing in the insurance, legal and corporate markets globally, announced that it has set up a second specialized forensics technology lab and appointed Duc Nguyen as its Forensics Technology Manager with immediate effect.
DENVER, CO—December 12, 2016—RGL Forensics (“RGL” or “the Company”), a leading financial investigations company, specializing in the insurance, legal and corporate markets globally, announced that it has set up a second specialized forensics technology lab and appointed Duc Nguyen as its Forensics Technology Manager with immediate effect. Nguyen will be based in RGL’s offices in New York and will report to Bernard Regan, RGL’s Head of Forensic Technology Practice. The aim is to bring under one practice all of RGL’s technological capabilities in supporting its investigations.
As Forensic Technology Manager, Nguyen will focus on digital forensics and provide analysis reports for both prosecution of criminal cases and data loss investigations within a company. His team will provide comprehensive computer forensics services, including cyber investigation, digital information analysis and electronic document processing.
“The establishment of our Forensic Technology Lab in New York represents a milestone for RGL, and a complement to our Forensic Technology Lab in London. The core of what we offer is not just compiling information, but analyzing it to draw conclusions and patterns. Our forensic technology enhances our ability to do this by providing the tools to gather, process and model vast quantities of data in a highly efficient manner. We are delighted to welcome Duc to our team of seasoned forensic accountants and data analysis experts. We look forward to benefiting from his significant experience to build on this powerful offering to our clients,” said Angela MacPhee, CEO of RGL Forensics.
Nguyen joins RGL from JP Morgan Chase, where for the past year he was responsible for providing analytic and forensic support for internal investigations and for external law enforcement agencies. He has extensive experience in digital forensics, including time spent in the United States Marine Corps and as a detective in Fort Worth, Texas. During his time with the Fort Worth Police Department, he was responsible for leading investigations into third party breaches of computer security and unauthorized access of computer systems and accounts. Nguyen also provided forensic analysis and support for investigations led by both internal teams and outside agencies.
RGL’s Forensic Technology practice focuses on forensic data analysis and disclosure management in insurance claims, fraud investigations, litigation, and damage analysis. Using its proprietary software and algorithms, it is able to speed up analysis of the data as well as improve the quality of the analytics, even in the most complex of investigations. The streamlined process of electronic disclosure examines data in an efficient manner to reveal patterns, trends or anomalies to prompt further lines of enquiries in the investigation, identification and quantification of fraud or suspected fraud.