Tyler Young is the Director, Head of Cybersecurity at Relativity, a global legal and compliance technology company. In his current role, Tyler is responsible for the development, implementation and execution of Relativity’s cybersecurity strategy. Tyler joined the Relativity team in 2018 as the head of investigations and analysis for Relativity’s Calder7 security team.
Before joining Relativity, Tyler served as the global digital forensics manager at Zurich Insurance Group. He also held positions as a digital forensics incident response consultant and has led internal incident response investigations. He gained a variety of investigation and analysis experience in cybersecurity from Zurich, RSM and a government agency.
Tyler received his Bachelor’s of Art in Cybersecurity Investigations from St. Ambrose University, and recently finished multiple graduate certificates in Executive Leadership and High-Performance Management at Cornell University. He is also a member of InfraGard’s Chicago Chapter and holds multiple digital forensics certifications.
Committed to community service, Tyler is a member of Relativity’s Geek Grant charitable program, as well as the founder of Cyber Guild, a program that partners with Year Up & Circadence to deliver cybersecurity training to underprivileged youth.
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