Andre Ross

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Andre Ross is a computer forensics researcher and practitioner. He was first to discover the impact of wear-levelling in NAND Flash Devices on computer forensics. Andre is the Director of Elvidence Pty. Limited, a computer forensic firm [1] located in Sydney, Australia. Prior starting his own firm, for nearly a decade Andre worked as a computer crime detective at the New South Wales Police in Sydney, Australia. After he finished his police career in 2010, Andre lived in Russia for four years, helping PwC, EY and KPMG build their regional computer forensic practises. Andre has Masters Degree in Information Systems Security and multitude of IT industry certifications.

He writes on his Digfor blog [2], on various topics related to forensic analysis and digital evidence.