Mr. Frisbie has over 20 combined years of experience in information technology, law enforcement, and cyber investigations in both the public and private sectors.
He has served in a leadership capacity at LCG Discovery Experts since 2011 and is now responsible for LCG’s overall business strategy, innovation and growth, while continuing to supervise multi-faceted, complex, high-tech investigations. Mr. Frisbie’s experience includes thousands of hours of investigation and sworn testimony related to complex intellectual property theft and trade secret misappropriation matters involving computer forensics as well as sensitive internal investigations, executive and employee misconduct, patent infringement, federal anti-trust issues, high net-worth divorces, online harassment/defamation, system audits, domestic, international and catastrophic incident evidence collection. In such matters, he has served as a designated forensics expert for Plaintiffs, Defendants and as an agreed-upon or Court-appointed Neutral. During his law enforcement career, Mr. Frisbie investigated, supervised and provided sworn testimony in major felony cases such as capital murder, homicide, child exploitation, drug offenses, financial and violent crimes. He also served as assistant Commander for the VT Internet Crimes Against Children Task force where he led the investigations team and helped bring peer to peer network investigations to Vermont to combat online child exploitation. Mr. Frisbie taught the subject of Cybercrime to undergraduate students, provided high-tech training to law enforcement officials, and instructed hundreds of police officer candidates on the subject of criminal law. Mr. Frisbie also performed contract work for the Cyber Division of the US State Department’s Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program in Africa and held a security clearance through the United States Department of Justice for several years.