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Stroz Friedberg

Stroz Friedberg, an AON company, is a specialised risk management firm built to help clients solve the complex challenges prevalent in today’s digitatal, connected and regulated business world. Our focus is on cybersecurity, with leading experts in digital forensics, incident response, and security science; investigation; eDiscovery; intellectual property; and due diligence. Stroz Friedberg works to maximise the health of an organisation, ensuring its longevity, protection, and resilience. Founded in 2000 and acquired by Aon in 2016, Stroz Friedberg has thirteen offices across nine U.S. cities, London Zurich, Dubai and Hong Kong. Stroz Friedberg serves Fortune 100 companies, 80% of the AmLaw 100, and the top 20 UK law firms.

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The CLF and the National Pro Bono Centre’s fundraising project will launch in the coming months! Stroz Friedberg is this year’s Diamond Donor.

Pending the launch of the full Donor Sections, all names of service providers are listed below (without categorisation):

Advanced Discovery

Alix Partners

Catalyst

CommVault

Conduent

Deloitte

Driven

EMC

Epiq Systems

Exterro

Ernst & Young

Forensic Risk Alliance

Fronteo

FTI Consulting

Grant Thornton

H5

IBM

Integreon

kCura 

KPMG

Kroll Ontrack

Lexis Nexis

Opentext

PwC

Smith & Williamson

Stroz Friedberg

Thomas Reuters

Veritas Technologies LLC

Xerox

ZyLAB


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