Irishman Mark Monaghan first in EMEA to receive Nuix Certified Master

Digital Forensics and eDiscovery Manager at Grant Thornton honoured with top accolade from Nuix

Mark Monaghan, Manager in Grant Thornton Forensic and Investigation Services recently achieved the Nuix Certified Masters, the first person in EMEA to do so, and only the second globally.

The Nuix Certified Master is the highest award to attain. It recognises the proficiency and expertise in the operation of Nuix Workstation, the world’s leading technology for processing and extracting intelligence from high-volume unstructured, semi-structured, and structured data. It provides unmatched speed, scale, and accuracy to processing, searching, indexing, and analysing information.

Mark Monaghan joined the Grant Thornton Ireland team in 2018 and manages the business’s Forensic and Investigation Services. He holds a Master of Science in Digital Investigation and Forensics Computing and has worked on some of Ireland’s largest and most high profile eDiscovery cases.

Commenting on the announcement Paul Jacobs, Partner – Forensic & Investigation Services, Grant Thornton Ireland remarked “We are thrilled for Mark and extremely proud to have him bring such an accolade to the Grant Thornton Ireland team. Grant Thornton have a strong commitment to investing in our technology capabilities and our people, who are continually achieving the top levels in professional development, to help deliver the best results for our clients. Mark’s commitment to upskilling is impressive, and we look forward to continue to support Mark as he continues to grow and develop in his career”.

Speaking at the presentation of his certificate, from Elliott Palmer of Nuix, Mark Monaghan said ‘I am incredibly proud to be the first in EMEA to be award Nuix Certified Master and that Grant Thornton continue to lead in delivering the best solutions for our clients’ eDiscovery, Forensic and Cybersecurity needs.’

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