Lizelle van Eeden

Associate Consultant

Frankfurt

Lizelle van Eeden is an Associate Consultant in Control Risks’ Compliance, Forensic and Intelligence practice in Frankfurt. Her areas of focus are Digital Forensics and Legal Technology (eDiscovery).

  • EMEA
  • Digital Forensics
  • eDiscovery and eDisclosure Services
  • Forensic Analysis and Expert Reporting

Lizelle van Eeden is an Associate Consultant in Control Risks’ Compliance, Forensic and Intelligence practice in Frankfurt. Her areas of focus are Digital Forensics and Legal Technology (eDiscovery).

She has specific knowledge and skills applicable to cash flow analysis, phishing and malware attacks, whistleblowing, employee fraud and misconduct, data recoveries, and legal and litigation review assistance.


Lizelle’s recent projects include:
  • Successfully investigated and reported on several cases of employee misconduct in the banking industry, and cases where bank clients were defrauded via phishing or malware attacks.
  • Part of a global team that reviewed customer due diligence (CDD) files of a multinational bank in Dubai and advised and made recommendations to rectify sanctions violations.
  • Assisted on an international project that focused on Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption reviews in the mining sector in Africa.
  • Formed part of several Ponzi scheme investigations, which included computer and mobile device collections and analysis during several search and seizure operations.

 

Before joining Control Risks, Lizelle formed part of the Cyber Forensic Investigations team of a multinational African bank. Prior to that, she was part of the Forensic Technology and Discovery Services department of a “Big 4” accounting firm, where she was based in Johannesburg and Dubai. 

Lizelle is a SANS GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner (GCFE), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE). She obtained a B.Com (Hons) Forensic Accountancy from the North-West University, South Africa. She is fluent in English and Afrikaans, and has had exposure in Europe, Middle East and Africa across a multitude of industries.

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