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DEFCON 16: Forensics is ONLY for Private Investigators

by tom44 on September 1, 2012

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Speaker: Scott Moulton, President of Forensic Strategy Services, LLC If the only requirement for you to become a Computer Forensic person is to be a Private Investigator, why would you ever take a certification again? You would never need to be a CCE (computer certified examiner), nor any other certification of any kind. You would be one of the only people in your area that could legally do the job and why spend a single dime you don’t have to? These new laws will destroy certifications and qualifications as we know it, and we will be pushed out of our own industry! I was the one of the first experts to be challenged on the new Private Investigator laws while on the stand testify in a criminal case in 2006. This is the bill that actually passed in 2006 a week before I took the stand and was challenged by state prosecution. It simply states that doing any kind of ‘digital investigation’ without a PI license is a felony. When they passed the law in March of 2006 they intended for it to go into effect on July 1st, 2006 with no grandfather clause. Since it takes 2 years to become a PI in the state of Georgia, immediately everyone that was a third party practicing forensics would be a felony. In Georgia it is a 2 year apprenticeship, then a test and a pile of money and insurance (PI’s have to have 2 million in EandO) and then 40 hours of continuing education a year specifically on PI topics in certified classes. Currently I do not know of any on computer
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4 thoughts on “DEFCON 16: Forensics is ONLY for Private Investigators

  1. hamidbelmont says:

    do u have any study guide or training textbook on how to? become a pi ?

  2. thomasready says:

    Good info. I’m a PI thank you for this? video…Thom

  3. phydroxide says:

    14:39 Scott Moulten was the first? to be arrested for Port Scanning. That is what I was looking for.

  4. phydroxide says:

    @1:02 #1:02 Animated? PI Test

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