DIGITAL INTELLIGENCE CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS
17165 W. Glendale Drive
New Berlin, WI 53151
Phone: (866)DIGINTEL or (262)782-3332
At Digital Intelligence we know the challenges that current and future technologies impose on law enforcement agencies,
and we build products and offer services to face those challenges.
Contact Us, or one of our Digital Intelligence Resellers, so we can fulfill your company's computer forensic evidence recovery needs.
Christopher J. Stippich
Mr. Stippich has been
extensively involved in the field of computer forensics since
graduating Lawrence University in 1990. He was instrumental
in developing the forensic capability of the Wisconsin State
Crime Laboratory, one of the first crime laboratories in the
nation to create a computer forensics discipline. Involved from
inception to adjudication, Mr. Stippich has forensically analyzed,
processed and testified as an expert witness on a wide variety
of computer cases including homicide, drugs, gambling, theft,
pedophilia, child pornography, embezzlement, destruction of
data, and medical assistance fraud.
Chris has developed and provided training for international, federal, state and local law enforcement officers in the basics of seizure, investigation, analysis and prosecution of high technology crimes. He has also presented training for NATO, Polish National Police, High Technology Crime Investigators Association, Forensic Association of Computer Technologists (FACT), the Federal Computer Investigations Committee, the Northeast Healthcare Law Enforcement Association and the Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation's White Collar Crime School.
Charles Giglia has been in the field of computer forensics since 2000 concentrating primarily on the research and development of computer forensic investigative techniques and training curriculum. Charles has an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Canisius College and a graduate degree in forensic science from the University of New Haven.
Charles had been deployed nearly 18 months from 2007 to 2009 doing computer forensic investigations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom while serving as a U.S. Army Contractor in Baghdad. Previously he spent six years as Computer Crime Specialist with the NW3C while leading the development of numerous training classes. His primary concentrations were courses related to Internet investigations and Internet forensics.
Charles has been a guest presenter at the FBI training academy, as well as several IACIS, FACT, RCFG/GMU, HTCIA international/regional conferences and an adjunct professor at Fairmont State College. He is a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) and a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE).
HARDWARE / SOFTWARE DESIGN / NETWORK ENGINEERING
Edward C. Van Every
Chief Executive Officer
Since his graduation from the United States Merchant
Marine Academy in 1982, Mr Van Every has been serving the industry
as a Systems Software Engineer, Network Administrator, and Computer
Crime Specialist. He has provided support in this capacity to
several government agencies including the U.S. Navy, Miltary Sealift
Command, U.S. Department of Energy, and U.S. Department of Transportation.
Ed has an extensive background in the design and development
of systems software and network applications as well as 17 years of experience in the administration of systems and networks. He is both an MCSE and a CNE.
Ed has developed and provided training and assistance to local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies as a Computer Crime Specialist with a federally funded, non-profit, training and research organization. He has provided advanced computer forensics training for a variety of law enforcement agencies including NATO affiliated military intelligence organizations and the Polish National Police.
Douglas G. Elrick
Director of Forensic Services
Doug Elrick has worked for 13 years as a forensic scientist for the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation prior to joining Digital Intelligence. Doug started the computer forensic unit for the laboratory in 1992 and was the only individual processing computer evidence for the state. He processed over 100 cases per year at the laboratory in addition to running his personal forensic consulting business. Doug has been courtroom-qualified in federal, state and local cases in both criminal and civil proceedings.
Mr. Elrick has been involved in computer forensic training
since 1995. He has conducted presentations in basic computer
evidence collection and processing for the Iowa Department
of Public Safety, IACIS, FACT, Malaysian National Police
and the Japanese National Police. He
has also presented at the American Society of Crime Laboratory
Directors meeting, FBI National Academy retainer, and
the US Department of Justice Science and the Law Conference. Doug has served on the IACIS board for 8 years and the FACT board for 12 years.