Acting for private and public sector organisations who have significant financial, operational or reputational value at risk.
Uncover, analyse and clarify facts at the centre of disputes, frauds and other sensitive commercial matters.
Establish, manage, capitalise and co-invest in Australian direct and special situations.
Assists clients to grow, protect and recover value in their real estate portfolios.
Working with organisations to stabilise the business or to recover value on behalf of stakeholders.
We are Asia-Pacific’s trusted advisers in forensic, real estate, corporate advisory and restructuring.
KordaMentha staff are actively engaged in giving back to their communities.
Our reach is global with eight offices across Australia, Jakarta and Singapore.
“When it comes to electronic evidence, using a hybrid of current and emerging technology is critical.”
Digital forensic/Cyber investigationsFraud investigation and InterviewingForensic discovery.
Masters of Information Technology, QUTRelativityOne CertificationEssential Forensic Techniques I – BlackBag TechnologiesCertified Computer Examiner (CCE) Boot CampEnCase Computer Forensics II, Guidance Software Corporation Network Investigators Course (Conducted by the Hong Kong Police).
Committee member for Brisbane chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).
Our first episode of Behind Business for 2021 discusses one of the most serious issues facing businesses and individuals today – cyber security. Featuring cyber and digital forensic expert and partner at KordaMentha, Brendan Read and cyber risk and claims adviser from HWL Ebsworth Lawyers, Andrew Miers, the episode will discuss the current threats facing organisations and what they can do to avoid becoming the next cyber-attack victim.
Following several reports of recent sophisticated cyber attacks, Forensic Partner Brendan Read shares his insights about whether organisations are sufficiently prepared. Along with updating technology, Brendan discusses the imperative to adopt incident response plans informed by the appropriate specialist expertise.
Headlines featuring cyber security breaches are increasing in frequency and corporate Australia needs to pay attention. The scale of recent cyber-attacks - from that inflicted on beverages company Lion to the broad-based issue facing the federal government revealed last week - have made it patently clear that no entity is immune no matter how large or small.