Bitwise Law brings technical expertise and experience to provide legal solutions for electronic discovery (e-discovery), digital forensics, and information and data privacy.
Greg Haverkamp, Bitwise’s principal, has spent almost 15 years in many facets of information technology. Most recently, Greg has worked in the computer security department at a prominent national research laboratory laboratory, where he was responsible for the strategic architecture of the laboratory’s identity management efforts, assisted the email team’s migration to cloud services, and helped scientists to manage, access, and back up tens of terabytes of data. Greg has also managed the team of systems administrators responsible for the web properties of a major software company, was a programmer and network administrator at a well-known Internet startup, and was the principal systems professional at a startup that crafted a popular document management and collaboration application.
Greg has the technical experience to assist you with your e-discovery issues. Greg has managed email systems, high volume storage and backups, identity and access management systems, and networking devices. Greg is GIAC Certified Forensics Analyst (GCFA).
Greg graduated cum laude from the University of San Francisco School of Law with a Certificate in Intellectual Property and High Technology Law with Honors. He is a member of the McAuliffe Honor Society and received the CALI Award for Excellence in Information Privacy Law. Greg received a Bachelors of Science from Carnegie Mellon University.
Greg is admitted to practice law in the State of California.