El Paso, Texas (PRWEB) September 24, 2015
Launched in 2004 by the National Institute of Justice Cooperative Agreement (1998-IJ-CX-K003), the Digital Forensics Certification Board exists to promote public trust and confidence in the digital forensics profession, and counts among its members practitioners in government agencies, the private sector, and academia. Additionally, the DFCB is a certification group under the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators: http://www.iafci.org
As Chairman of The International Liaison Committee and Member of the Board, LaTulippe will work to encourage international dialogue about the practice of data forensics to better define how examiners may operate within and various countries and jurisdictions.
Commenting on his appointment, Tim said “I am honored to be entrusted with this role, and to work amongst some of the industry’s most astute practitioners. I look forward to furthering the organisation’s goals from London by bringing professionals together to consider our industry’s ever-evolving issues, including onward transfer of data, data privacy, jurisdictional limitations, and the like.”
Altep, Inc. assists Fortune 100 and AM Law 100 clients with digital forensics, discovery management, and compliance risk assessment. E-Discovery services include early data assessment, ESI processing and traditional paper processing, and hosting in Relativity.
Altep’s data and process management experts hold a variety of certifications and credentials, including EnCase Certified Forensic Examiner, Certified Forensic Computer Examiner, Licensed Private Investigator, Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Information Privacy Professional, SNIA Certified Storage Professional, Relativity Certified Administrator, Sales Pro, and Reviewer, and Content Analyst Advanced Analytics Certification. Find more information about Altep, Inc. at http://www.altep.com or contact Susan Ethridge at (915) 533-8722.