William is the technical core of ellwood Evidence - as senior examiner, he works with the rest of the team to ensure that the narratives we weave are consistent with the evidence, and brings to light alternative explanations that align with the digital evidence.
With a decade of experience in information technology, ediscovery & digital forensic domains, he has seen a wide range of technologies and legal cases.
Certifications & Professional Education
… apply Passware in different scenarios, to include, encrypted files, email passwords, Windows passwords, Apple passwords, encrypted volumes and more.
The EnCase® Certified Examiner(EnCE®) program certifies both public and private sector professionals in the use of Guidance Software's EnCase computer forensic software. EnCE certification acknowledges that professionals have mastered computer investigation methodology as well as the use of EnCase software during complex computer examinations. Recognized by both the law enforcement and corporate communities as a symbol of in-depth computer forensics knowledge, EnCE certification illustrates that an investigator is a skilled computer examiner.
The Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA) program ensures that case administrators fully understand Relativity’s capabilities, allowing you to maximize the software’s flexibility and provide an intuitive interface for end users.
The EnCase® Certified eDiscovery Practitioner(EnCEP®) program certifies private and public sector professionals in the use of Guidance Software's EnCase® eDiscovery software as well as their proficiency in e-discovery planning, project management, and best practices, spanning legal hold to load file creation. EnCase eDiscovery is the leading e-discovery solution for the search, collection, preservation, and processing of electronically stored information(ESI). Earning the EnCEP certification illustrates that a practitioner is skilled in the application of the solution to manage and successfully complete all sizes of e-discovery matters in accordance with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.