Lee Reiber is the Lead Instructor and Director of Mobile Forensics Inc (MFI), and the mobile forensics division of AccessData
He has been featured in several newspapers, most notably the New York Times and the Washington POST newspapers speaking on cellular evidence retrieval and contributes to Law Officer Magazine as a writer specifically dealing with electronic data discovery and recovery.
Lee is a former Computer and Cell Phone Forensic Examiner for a large police department in the northwest United States.
John Bair is a homicide detective with a large police department in the northwestern United States. John was previously assigned as a gang detective on a task force where he began using cell phone
evidence in many of his cases. Due to his repeated success with cellular evidence recovery his
current agency uses this evidence in nearly all cases.
John has also started a prosecutory training program specifically outlining the need to understand forensic cellular acquisitions. This training outlines the methodology and how to use the results
for successful trials.
John has also received specialized training in computer forensics and advanced forensic cell phone techniques and is currently a Mobile Forensic Certified Examiner.
John is going into his twentieth year as a full time law enforcement officer.
Kevin DeLong is active in law enforcement and currently is the lead forensic examiner of digital evidence for a police department in the midwestern United States where he has worked for the last 10 years.
Kevin has also serves on multiple federal task forces assisting with the processing digital evidence and mobile devices.
Kevin is also a Professor at an Ohio University where he instructs Computer Forensics and is a member of IACIS, HTCIA, and also a forensic examiner for Ohio ICAC (Internet Crimes Against Children.
Danny Garcia is a Sergeant and current supervisor of the largest state and local police department forensic computer laboratory in the Southeastern United States. He is a sworn member of a federal electronic crimes task force, holds multiple computer forensics related certifications (CFCE and CEECS), and is a certified police instructor in his home state.
Danny has lectured for a variety of audiences to include state, local, and federal law enforcement officers on the subjects of computer forensics, digital evidence handling, and mobile forensics
tools. With access to most mobile forensic software and hardware available on the market today, it is not uncommon for him to be consulted by law enforcement agencies throughout the US for direction and solutions to properly process cell phones and other mobile devices.
Danny has been a full-time law enforcement officer for 16 years.