E.J. Hilbert is a managing Director with Kroll Advisory Solutions's Cyber practice.
Before joining Kroll he was the President of Online Intelligence. OI is dedicated to cleaning up the online advertising world by protecting advertisers brands, identifying spammers, scammers and virus writers while also shedding light on the illegal activities condoned by some affiliate networks.
Prior to leading OI, Hilbert was MySpace's Director of Security Enforcement. During that time MySpace noted a 98% decrease in spam and phishing attacks aginst its users.
Hilbert is also a former Cyber and Counterterrorism Special Agent for the FBI. During his time in the FBI, he was the case agent for the numerous investigations to include the identity theives who utilized the website Carderplanet.com, the computer intrusion of the FBI.gov email servers and he brought treason charges against American Al Qeada spokesman Adam Gadahn.
Hilbert also dabbles in the the TV and movie industry having served as the cyber crime and FBI consultant on the Diane Lane film, Untraceable and the Patrick Swayze TV series, The Beast.
Aug 23, 2015 - Current (about 1 year)
Managing Director|Head of Cyber Investigations in EMEA
2012 - Current (over 4 years)
BA, History/Social Studies and Education1992
|Jun 30, 2011||Techworld - LulzSec hackers feel the heat as FBI raid linked to manhunt|
|Jun 17, 2011||Techworld - Wave of fraud follows LulzSec password dump|
|Jun 2, 2011||CNet - Hackers steal more customer info from Sony servers - CNET|
|Dec 22, 2010||Techworld - OpenBSD chief says government contractor tried to write backdoors|
|Dec 16, 2010||Techworld - AT&T iPad hacker fought for media attention|
|Dec 15, 2010||CNet - Report of FBI back door roils OpenBSD community - CNET|
|Dec 15, 2010||Threat Post - Experts: OpenBSD Backdoor Allegations ‘Almost Certainly False’|
|Mar 22, 2010||Wired News - Russia Arrests Alleged Mastermind of RBS WorldPay Hack|