NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kroll (“the Company”), a global leader in risk mitigation, investigations, compliance, cyber resilience, security, and incident response solutions, today announced that the recently released “2017 Best of the National Law Journal” report names Kroll as “Best Litigation Dispute Advisory Services Consultant”, “Best Corporate Investigations Provider”, and “Best Cyber Security Provider”. This marks the sixth consecutive year that Kroll has been ranked as the top service provider or as a finalist in at least two or more categories.
The National Law Journal’s Sixth Annual Best of Reader Choice Survey awarded top honors in 92 distinct categories. Winners and finalists were selected following a vote by 4,500 National Law Journal readers, including private practitioners, judges, corporate general counsel, government attorneys, and other members of the legal community.
“It is gratifying to receive recognition from the members of the legal community that Kroll has been serving for decades. Our professionals have consistently helped counsel and their clients to address complex and varied challenges, delivering problem-solving and risk mitigation services in the areas of complex investigations, due diligence, forensic accounting and data analysis, and cyber services,” said David Fontaine, Chief Executive Officer of Kroll and its parent, Corporate Risk Holdings. “These awards reaffirm Kroll’s well-earned reputation for helping to produce positive client outcomes through a deep knowledge of human behavior and facility in navigating current and emerging technologies. I am very proud of the entire global Kroll organization.”
Kroll is the leading global provider of risk solutions. For more than 40 years, Kroll has helped clients make confident risk management decisions about people, assets, operations and security through a wide range of investigations, cyber security, due diligence and compliance, physical and operational security, and data and information management services. Headquartered in New York with more than 35 offices in 20 countries, Kroll has a multidisciplinary team of nearly 1,000 employees and serves a global clientele of law firms, financial institutions, corporations, non-profit institutions, government agencies, and individuals. For more information visit www.kroll.com.
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