Briggs & Veselka Co.'s (Houston) Pathway Forensics Announces Expansion to Austin

Pathway Forensics, Briggs & Veselka’s digital forensics firm, has opened a dedicated office in Austin to better serve Central Texas alongside the existing Briggs & Veselka staff in Austin. This announcement comes just weeks after opening an office in Downtown Houston. Pathway Forensics’ headquarters will remain at their state-of-the-art office in The Woodlands.

To head up the firm’s new Austin office, Hermann Kelley has joined Pathway Forensics as Manager, Forensics and Cybersecurity. Kelley brings nearly 28 years’ experience in information security and computer forensics, and was most recently with JURISi’s Cyber Risk and Security team where he specialized in developing and executing strategies for cyber risk, security, forensics, eDiscovery, incident response, and digital forensics. 

“After several years of being awarded Texas Lawyer Magazine’s Best Texas-Based Computer Forensics Firm in Austin, we’re thrilled to finally open a local office in Austin,” said Noel Kersh, Principal at Pathway Forensics. “We’re confident that with Hermann’s many years of experience and expertise, Pathway will continue to provide our award-winning level of service in Austin,” he added.


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