Matthew Albee, CFCE, EnCE, SCERS
is a Computer Forensics
expert with over 20 years of experience in his field. He currently serves as project manager and lead examiner on computer forensic and e-discovery cases for DataChasers, Inc.
- Since 1996, Mr. Albee has been a Special Agent for the State of California Franchise Tax Board and the Board of Equalization where his responsibilities include equipping and maintaining the computer forensic laboratory, and conducting investigations that involved financial and computer crimes. Since 2012, he has served as a Course Evaluator /Subject Matter Expert for the Office of Anti-Terrorism Assistance (ATA), Diplomatic Security Service, United States Department of State.
Mr. Albee's experience with computer forensics runs the gamut from individual PCs to major corporations(references available), and includes every level and scope of examination. He has consulted to both public and private organizations and maintain a complete computer forensics laboratory.
- Matthew Albee has the distinction of having served as Special Master to Federal Court, as well as being the expert of record in numerous Superior and Municipal courts. He has extensive litigation experience as an expert witness and have testified for both civil and criminal cases. Mr. Albee has experience with employment law, family law, and criminal law cases.
Areas of Expertise
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- Computer Forensics
- Cell Phone Forensics
- Intellectual Property Disputes
- Unauthorized Computer Use
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The Internet is a vast universe of discovery, with items of interest for everyone--regardless of your particular curiosity. Unfortunately, this availability often leads to abuse, and sometimes to crime. But, not unlike adolescent discovery, the steps to cybercrime are achieved in stages.
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If your client has a computer, they need computer forensics. They may not know it; they may dismiss the logic; they may decline the service; but they still need it-every examination that I do emphasizes this truth. The computer has invaded our very existence, become a part of our lives, and is an integral part of almost every case.