The Virginia-based cybersecurity consulting firm The Crypsis Group has beefed up its capabilities as it added two forensics experts, Billiy Evans Jr. and Stephen Ramey, to its stable of talent. Crypsis provides its clients with incident response, risk management, and digital forensics services.

More information about new hires Evans and Ramey are provided in this excerpt from an article published in

Evans Jr. is an expert in computer forensics and digital evidence analysis. A certified Department of Defense Cyber Crime Investigator, Evans has more than 15 years of experience in managing and conducting cyber incident response, cyber counterintelligence, investigations, and security projects.

He was previously a director of global cyber risk services at consultancy Alvarez & Marsal for more than two years. There, he led global teams that helped Fortune 500 firms ensure cyber-readiness and regulatory compliance.

He also seven years at the Air Force Office of Special Investigations as a leader of Cyber Flight, a multiagency task force that includes the FBI and NSA. In the role, he oversaw 60 cyber professionals, neutralized numerous cyberattacks, and orchestrated incident response to insider threats.

Ramey, meanwhile, will lead investigations and support clients dealing with information security events. He has more than a decade of experience helping clients protect against, respond to, and investigate cyberattacks.

Ramey was previously EY’s global digital forensics and incident response coordination leader for just under a year. Before that, he spent over a year as a partner at AI consulting firm Vista Analytics, where he built the company’s digital forensics practice. Prior to Vista, Ramey spent three years as a director at management consultancy Navigant, where he led the firm’s East Coast digital forensics and incident response team.

He also spent more than a year as a manager at Big Four accounting and consulting firm PwC, where he led a team of forensic analysts in investigating a suspected nation state-sponsored breach of a client’s network. Ramey started his career at Deloitte, where he spent more than seven years and worked on issues related to mobile device forensics.