…is a current associate with Kroll’s Cyber Risk practice where she focuses primarily on mobile forensics and Office 365 incident response investigations. Krystina is also an adjunct professor with Utica College, where she teaches for both the undergraduate and graduate level Cybersecurity programs. At Utica College, Krystina currently teaches the Capstone courses for the graduate Cybersecurity program and Software Foundations for Cybersecurity within the undergraduate program. Krystina has also taught Intrusion Detection and Network Forensics, Principles of Cybersecurity, and Information Security at Utica College. Krystina is most notably known for her dedication and work within Cellebrite Advanced Services, where she unlocked and extracted Apple ® and Samsung ® devices for criminal investigations. While performing the latest unlocking and extraction breakthroughs, Krystina grew the Cellebrite Advanced Services North American team, improved processes, and increased recognized revenue drastically over her two-year tenure. Also, while employed with Cellebrite Advanced Services, Krystina spoke at TechnoSecurity in San Antonio, Texas in 2017. Krystina has been published and featured in eForensics Magazine and has authored knowledge-based articles for Cellebrite. Krystina holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a Master of Business Administration from Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, New York; as well as a Master of Science in Cybersecurity degree from Utica College in Utica, New York.