|Advanced Course Developer and Instructor||CFCE|
Kelly is currently serving as a Supervisor with the South Island Electronic Crime Lab and has been a member of New Zealand Police for 18 years. During this time she has held roles in investigations, training and most recently e-Crime. Currently Kelly is the Supervisor of the South Island Electronic Crime Laboratory (ECL), based in Dunedin. She is responsible for managing e-Crime services for Police within the South Island of New Zealand, as well as conducting computer forensic investigations.
The ECL will analyze any electronic device capable of containing information relevant to criminal activity and provides expert witness testimony pertaining to forensic computing issues and electronic evidence in Court proceedings. Kelly has attended or instructed at International Electronic/Cyber Crime conferences and training events in Australia, Japan, China, USA and Singapore. She holds the Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) certification and has received hundreds of hours training in advanced computer forensics.
|Trainer||A+, ACE, CCE, CCFE, CFCE, CHFI, EnCE|
Gerry, a native of Castries, St. Lucia, West Indies, is currently a civilian contractor for the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) in Las Vegas, NV. He retired from the US Air Force after 20 years of service, half of which was as a Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI). After retirement, Gerry worked as a District Investigator for Walgreens and also spent time as a computer forensics examiner in the DEA Digital Evidence Laboratory. Gerry has attended training courses offered by Guidance Software (EnCase Enterprise), SANS, the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), Access Data (FTK), and the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS). He holds various certifications in the digital forensics field to include A+, Access Data Certified Examiner (ACE), Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CFCE) from IACIS, and EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE).
|email@example.com||Featured Staff, BCFE Staff||Yes|
|CFCE Certification Chairman||CFCE|
Adam DeLadurantey is a Special Agent for the United States Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) located in Silverdale, WA. Adam has conducted forensic examinations and investigations throughout the world, to include Japan, Singapore, Korea, Guam and multiple states.
Adam attended the 2006 BCFE conference, while employed by the U.S. Customs Service, later (DHS/ICE). After achieving his CFCE in 2007, Adam volunteered as a Peer Review coach from 2007-2009 and CFCE Assessor from 2009-2011. In 2011 Adam assumed the role of CFCE Certification Chairman.
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Featured Staff, BCFE Staff||Yes|
|Advanced Certification Chairman||CFCE, CAWFE|
Andrew is currently a senior digital forensic analyst with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Customs and Border Protection. He previously was a Sergeant with the Menomonie Police Department (Wisconsin) where he supervised the computer forensics lab and the Information Technology needs for the City of Menomonie. As a digital forensic analyst, police officer and high-tech crime investigator for over 17 years, Andrew has worked numerous criminal and civil/internal forensic cases for various departments and agencies, and has received several line of duty meritorious awards. Andrew is a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner and Certified Advanced Windows Forensic Examiner with the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS), and has taught courses through the organization involving basic computer forensics and co-authored and presented the Advanced Windows Forensic Examinations course. In addition to teaching, Andrew has conducted research in file systems, Windows volatile memory, and malware analysis. He is currently the Chairman of Advanced Certification at IACIS and leads the development and administration of the new Certified Advanced Windows Forensic Examiner certification. Andrew has also served as chapter President and Vice-President for the Minnesota HTCIA.
Andrew has also served as an adjunct instructor at Century College in St. Paul, MN in the Computer Forensics program, and has presented classes on digital evidence preservation and collection to numerous law enforcement and private sector personnel in the United States and in Europe. He currently sits on the Curriculum Advisory Board for the Computer Forensics program for Century College.
Specialties: File systems, Windows artifact analysis, mobile device forensics, volatile memory and malware analysis, law enforcement information systems, computer forensic educational content development.
|WebAdmin, FTP / Forensic Resources Admin||CFCE, CEECS, ACE|
Bill bas been a member of IACIS since attending the Basic Class in 2004 while the Sr. Forensic Analyst of the Digital Evidence Unit of the Charleston (SC) Police Department, obtaining his CFCE in 2005. While in that capacity he was instrumental in the lab being the 3rd ever to obtain the ASCLD-LAB ISO Accreditation. He retired from CPD after 35 years in law enforcement and now works as a consulltant in forensic and internet matters.
Bill is the FTP and Forensic Resources Manager and has remained active in IACIS by serving on staff for the BCFE Training Events from 2008 until this year. He has also represented IACIS on behalf of the Marketing Committee at many Techno Training Conferences and currently is a member of the Ethics Committee.
|email@example.com||Featured Staff, BCFE Staff||Yes|
|West Palm Beach Police Department||CFCE, EnCE, CDFE|
Carlos, a native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, is employed by the West Palm Beach Police Department (FL) as a Detective/Examiner assigned to the Regional Digital Forensics Lab. With over 10 years law enforcement experience, he has conducted examinations on hundreds of digital devices to include computers, cell phones, and GPS devices to go along with hundreds of hours of digital forensics training. His training includes courses offered by Guidance Software (EnCase), National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), and the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS). Carlos holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from Palm Beach Atlantic University (FL). In addition, he holds various certifications in the digital forensics field to include EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE), Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) from IACIS, Certified Digital Forensic Examiner (CDFE) from Mile2 and mobile forensic certifications from CelleBrite and Katana Forensics. Carlos is a Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) certified instructor with experience teaching digital forensic classes. He is an active member of both the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS) and Miami Electronic Crimes Task Force (MECTF).
Most recently, Carlos has endeavored in writing a blog for EPYX Forensics that would assist other digital forensic examiners in using free open source Linux-based tools to do their jobs. He hopes to develop and increase awareness in this area in the belief that open source tools can provide you with alternatives and/or supplement commercial software.
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Featured Staff, BCFE Staff||Yes|
|Advance Course Training Manager||CFCE|
Dr. Mark R. McCoy is an Associate Professor at the University of Central Oklahoma Forensic Science Institute where he is the Administrator of the Digital Evidence and Cyber Security Program. In 2012 he was selected as a Fulbright Scholar in Information Technology. He recently retired after 20 years of service with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation where he was the first supervisor of the OSBI Computer Crime Unit. He has been Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) since 1999, has conducted and supervised the forensic examination of digital evidence and has testified as an expert witness in state and federal court. Dr. McCoy was a member of the Scientific Working Group on Digital Evidence (SWGDE), President of the Oklahoma chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA), and is a member of the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS). His research interests include digital forensics, computer crime, the application of technology in law enforcement and law enforcement education and training.
|Featured Staff, Training Committee Member, Lab Manager Instructor||Yes|
|BCFE Team Lead - Window Artifacts||CFCE, EnCE|
Matt is a Forensic Analyst with the New Zealand Police Electronic Crime Group, based in Dunedin. He has been involved with the electronic and computing industries as an engineer, analyst and investigator for the last 18 years.
Matt trained as an electrical and electronic engineer through the Royal New Zealand Air Force, where he served eight years and completed a tour of duty in East Timor. His specialty was deployed data networks utilizing satellite and radio transmission systems.
In 2001, Matt joined the New Zealand Police and began conducting computer forensic investigations. He has attended and presented formal training in the areas of electronic security, electronic countermeasures, network security, forensic computing and electronic evidence gathering in New Zealand and Internationally.
Matt holds international forensic qualifications from Guidance Software (EnCase Certified Examiner) and from the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (Certified Forensic Computer Examiner).
Matt's current role requires him to investigate criminal activity that involves stand-alone, networked and virtual computer systems. This not only includes computer technology but also telephone systems, security systems and any other electronic device which may contain information relevant to criminal activity. Matt has provided expert witness testimony pertaining to forensic computing issues and electronic evidence in District and High Court proceedings in New Zealand.
|Featured Staff, Training Committee Member, BCFE Staff||Yes|