Digital Evidence Preservation Process
This course helps to identify the types of digital evidence that may be stored upon internet service providers, and/or digital providers & social platforms
Prior to curriculum design, consulting, and becoming a College Professor, Chris was in law enforcement for twenty years in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts, and at the Federal Reserve Bank. He retired as a Detective on July 1, 2017 after having been the recipient of several awards over the course of his career. Chris was assigned to a statewide task force focusing upon Cybercrime in NH, and as a task force Officer for several federal agencies, including the DEA, Homeland Security Investigations, the United States Secret Service, and the United States Marshals Service. The office of the White House recognized his anti-opiate and anti-human trafficking efforts in 2018. During his years in patrol, he was a Field Training Officer, Adjunct Academy Instructor, and Accident Reconstruction specialist. For the last nine years of his career, Chris helped to design, staff, and manage two digital forensic laboratories in NH. Chris has been conducting cybersecurity and digital forensic training since 2010.
His completed coursework and certifications include the Seized Computer Evidence Recovery Specialist Program (S.C.E.R.S); and several courses at the National Computer Forensics Institute through the US Secret Service. Chris currently holds the vendor-neutral International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners (ISFCE) Certified Computer Examiner (CCE) Certification and also holds three mobile device forensic certifications. Chris completed an M.B.A concentrated on Information Technology Management in 2019.