Ben Findlay, North Yorkshire Police Hi Tech Crime Unit

Ben is a civilian investigator working for the Hi Tech Crime Unit of North Yorkshire Police in the UK.

Can you tell us something about your background? Why did you decide to work in the field of digital forensics?

Digital … Read more

Stephen Mason, Barrister

Stephen, can you tell us something about your background?

After leaving school in 1972 and spending six months at a bank in London, I joined the army (1973-1982). I served in what used to be known as the Royal Army … Read more

Sam Raincock, Sam Raincock Consultancy

Sam, can you tell us something about your background and how you became involved in computer forensics?

Prior to university, I’d never considered computing as a potential career; in fact, I hadn’t really used computers apart from playing games. I … Read more

Russell May, 4N6 Investigation

Russell, can you tell us something about your background and how you became involved in computer forensics?

Like many people I first became involved with computers as a hobby in the late 70’s, building my first computer from scratch. I … Read more

Jim Gordon, West Mercia Police

Jim, can you tell us something about your background?

I left school in Dundee, Scotland when I was 17 years old and joined the Royal Air Force Police. I served in the RAF Police for just over 15 years, the … Read more

Sean McLinden, Outcome Technology Associates, Inc.

Sean, can you tell us something about your background?

My first exposure to computers was as an undergraduate when I saw an episode of the PBS series Nova about artificial intelligence (AI). Since I was headed to the University of … Read more

Graham Brown-Martin, Digital Safety Conference

Graham, can you tell us a little bit about your background?

I’ve been described as a disruptive maverick who tends to apply the principles of activism to much of what I do.

I’m the founder and managing director of Learning … Read more

Lee Whitfield, Forensic 4cast

Lee, can you tell us something about your background and why you decided to work in the field of computer forensics?

I used to work in construction law. My father is an expert witness in construction and I worked with … Read more