Volunteering

Meet some of the Volun​​teers

The strength of any non-profit organization lies in its volunteer force and IACIS is certainly no exception.  IACIS is composed of a diverse international cadre of industry professionals who selflessly volunteer their time, energy and resources to train and mentor aspiring forensic professionals around the world.  The volunteer members featured on this page are representative of those committed IACIS volunteer professionals that dedicate their energy to deliver cutting edge training, and services to our membership and the forensics community.  If you have obtained your CFCE and are interested in volunteering as staff in any capacity, please feel free to contact any one of the directors who preside over the various committees. ​

FEATURED PEOPLE

Steve Larsen

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Terry Olson

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Tish Murray

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Tom Thomas

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Walt Gretch

CIFR Instructor
CFCE

Wayne Harknett

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Ian Donovan

WFE Chairman Instructor
CFCE

James Greenmun

ACF Instructor
CFCE

Jason Profancik

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Jelena Tirardi

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

John Ohm

BCFE Staff
CFCE

Luke Robinson

WFE Instructor
CFCE

Rob Blader

CIFR Instructor
CFCE

Rusty Sargent

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Geraldine Blay

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Erin Christilles

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Eddie Gereke

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Ed Moore

RE-Certification Chair BCFE Staff
CFCE

Ed Michaels

MDF Chairman Instructor
CFCE

Cliff Pike

BCFE Staff
CFCE

Chris O’Neill

Mobile Cert Chairman Instructor
CFCE

Bruce Ellis

ACF Instructor
CFCE

Bridgette Buckley

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Brad Dunn

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Billy Randolph

BCFE Trainer
CFCE

Mark McCoy

MDFL - Chairman Instructor
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 Read More »

Jim Dibble

President Instructor
CFCE, SCERS, DFCP, CBCE, CCLO, CFE

In 1992 Jim retired as a Chief Warrant Officer from the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command after twenty years of service. During his tenure with the US Army, Jim served in a myriad of leadership positions such as Special Agent in Charge and Chief of numerous General Crimes, Drug Suppression and Economic Crimes teams. Read More »

Scott Matsudaira

Vice President Instructor
CFCE, SCERS, CEH, ACE

Since 1991, Scott Matsudaira has been a commissioned law enforcement officer for the Bellingham Police Department in the State of Washington and is currently assigned to the Crime Scene Investigators Unit as a Detective. His responsibilities include examining, analyzing, and securing electronic evidence in regards to investigations of criminal activity where a computer or other Read More »

Bill Capps

Secretary
CEECS, ACE

Bill has 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. Read More »

Bart Ooms

IFI Chairman Instructor
CFCE

Bart Ooms started his career with the police forces in 1994. After working several years on the field he worked from 1996 until 1998 on child abuse cases in Belgium. In 1998 he moved on to investigate financial crimes and money laundering cases. In 2003 Bart Ooms​ was able to move to the Federal Computer Read More »

Mark Baker

Training Manager - Specialized Courses Instructor
CFCE

Mark Baker is currently a criminal investigator for Northern York County Regional Police Department in Dover Pennsylvania. The department covers eight municipalities, approximately 176 square miles and approximately 80,000 people. He is currently the only examiner doing digital forensics for the jurisdiction and have been doing so since 2008. Mark also serves as a Task Read More »

Matt Taylor

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 Read More »

Mike Anderson

Training Manager - BCFE Instructor
CFCE

Special Agent Anderson started in public safety in 1989 as a 9-1-1 dispatcher in Klamath County. In 1990 he became a reserve Police Officer for the Klamath Falls Police Department and was hired by them as a full time officer in 1994. Mike spent the first few years assigned to the Patrol Division, before being Read More »

Randy Stone

CIFR - Chairman Instructor
CFCE, EnCE, Security+, Mile2, CPTS

As a Consultant for corporate Incident Response, Randy has had the opportunity to apply his forensic and security skills in the corporate environment for clients of Dell SecureWorks and IBM. Randy's broad background in investigative techniques has helped him successfully complete difficult analysis in numerous engagements worldwide including intrusions, malware infections, SQL Injection and employee Read More »

Rob Attoe

WFE Instructor
CFCE

Rob Attoe is a Vice President within the training department at Cellebrite, where he leads the training departments business development and delivery of course content across all disciplines, ensuring the curriculum and delivery concepts are of the highest standards within the industry as well production of customized courses tailored for mobile forensic practitioners globally. Attoe Read More »

Steve Whalen

Mac Forensic Trainer
CFCE

Gerry Stephen

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 Read More »