Jordan Brough spent the first few years of his career as a graphic designer for many well-known consumer brands. Because of his penchant for complicated geometric designs, Jordan eventually became interested in the topics of security design and counterfeiting.
Jordan obtained a Master of Forensic Science degree from The George Washington University. After a short stint as a contractor for the U.S. Secret Service, Jordan was hired by the Homeland Security Investigations Forensic Laboratory as a forensic document examiner, specializing in adversarial analysis and counterfeit deterrence. Jordan spends his time examining suspect documents for authenticity, testing security documents for vulnerabilities, and consulting with United States security designers to help create counterfeit resistant documents.
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