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Revision as of 06:19, 4 January 2012 by Adrian Santangelo
Adrian Santangelo has over a decade of forensic experience, starting with deep roots in information and network security. He has been a self-employed computer security and forensic consultant all his adult life. After starting ISC Unlimited as a computer security consulting firm in 1996, he quickly branched out to digital forensics and cyber sleuthing. He has been an active participant in many online forums and mailing lists discussions, with plenty of information readily available about with a simple Google search. (Bonus points if you can find his online alias(es)! Much of his online security history has been done under one of them.) He currently owns and operates Interpreting Technology, an information technology consulting firm. He is in the process of coming on board with the local county sheriff to handle their digital forensic needs, soon to branch out as a law enforcement team leader for digital forensics in northwest Washington state. Currently held (or close to acquiring) certifications include: MCP, MNE, A+, Security+, Network+, MCSE, CCNA, CEH, CISSP, CCE)