Chief Computer Forensics and Incident Response Examiner
I have been performing computer forensics investigations full time for twenty-five years. I have examined over 3,500 computers, authored hundreds of reports and conclusions, and testified at depositions and in the courtroom. I’ve been qualified as a computer forensics expert witness in both State and Federal courts.
Microsoft’s Office 365 is a current hot topic and is likely in use on your network. Don’t forget to enable Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) with O365 to keep your documents safe. I am eminently qualified to handle your most complicated and sensitive computer and email evidence cases.
Was your client’s critical data just sent to a competitor? Some email programs store data in multiple locations. Knowing where to look can be critical. Deleted email is recoverable from some applications, not from others. Searching email and attachments can be involved and time consuming. Web-based email is commonly used to avoid detection in a corporate environment. Knowing what to look for and where to find it are critical skills.
Explaining it all to a judge or jury is a unique skill that takes experience, knowledge, time, expertise and creativity to make it understandable. Something seemingly as simple as the clock on the computer and whether it was accurate or had been changed can make or break a case.
Specialties: Courtroom testimony, investigations, data analysis, email analysis, incident response.
Kevin is a phenomenal computer forensics investigator. He has the technical tools, imagination, and analytical thought process to accomplish every task and project. As the senior engineer, Kevin trained the new engineers leveraging his years of experience and expertise. Working with Kevin on projects was an absolute treat as he is a great mentor with a great sense of humor. I would welcome the opportunity to work with Kevin again.Troy Ronning
Account Systems Engineer at Dell EMC