Amelia Phillips is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has worked for more than 30 years in government, private industry, and academics. She has designed distance education classes and e-commerce, computer forensics, and network security programs at several community colleges. Amelia is Chair of the Pure and Applied Science Division at Highline Community College, a Fulbright Scholar, and a recent PhD in computer security.
Mr. Godfrey is a member and secretary of the Computer Technology Investigators Network and is an adjunct Computer Forensic Instructor at Highline Community College in Des Moines, WA. He holds a Computer Forensic Examiner / Data Recovery Certificate from Highline Community College, and has extensive training and numerous certificates in Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer networking, Department of Defense computer security, and vendor forensic and computer courses. Mr. Godfrey is also a Marine Corps veteran who served with the Military Police in Yuma, Arizona. He is employed by a Fortune 50 company as a computer forensic examiner. In his eleven years of computing forensics experience, Mr. Godfrey has supported numerous corporate investigations by conducting forensic examinations for organizations tasked with enforcing policies and laws. Cases include the successful forensic examination of a high profile laptop theft and the use of computer forensics for the first time in a Malaysia Industrial Court case. His work on a corporate e-discovery class action lawsuit filed in the Federal courts has been noted in national law journals. In addition, as an employee of a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and U.S Government contractor, Mr. Godfrey was responsible for administering computer security procedures and ensuring compliance with government and company requirements for computing systems operating in heterogeneous environments. Mr. Godfrey was also recognized for his computing support of the STS-107 Challenger shuttle disaster.
Christopher Steuart is one of the founders and the staff attorney for IT Forensics.com. Previously, he was an information systems security specialist for a Fortune 50 company and the United States government. Chris resides in Seattle, Washington.
Christine Brown is a Certified Fraud Examiner and president of Essen Resources, Inc., an e-discovery consulting firm. She has over 10 years experience in complex civil and high profile criminal litigation, providing training in case management using computer forensics and automated litigation tools, as well as trial presentation software. She has also served as court-appointed discovery neutral in complex cases. In addition to her litigation experience, Christine has over 10 years experience in commercial lending as a Senior Credit Officer for a Fortune 50 company. Her experience included in-depth business and financial analysis, as well as collateral evaluations for large commercial real estate ventures throughout the United States. Christine is a board member of the Computer Technology Investigators Network (CTIN) and serves on the advisory boards of the University of Washington School of Law and UW Department of Computer Science & Engineering continuing education programs.