Vice President, Forensic Services Group
Intellectual Property Theft: How to Ensure a Defensible Investigation
Digital forensic investigations involving corporate and private entities come in a wide variety, such as: copyright infringement, theft of personally identifiable information, violation of workplace policies, wrongful termination of employment, network intrusion, wrongful death, divorce and more. Yet, the most prevalent type of investigation the Forensics Services Group handles...
Requesting Every Text Message on Your Client's iPhone May Be Overkill [Video]
Digital Forensics Expert shares tips on what to do - and what to avoid - when requesting data stored on a client's mobile device for discovery. A single mobile device could have over 20,000 stored text messages... As an attorney, do you want to waste your time reviewing non-relevant data? As...
5 Tips for Shipping a Mobile Device to a Forensic Services Provider
John Clingerman, VP Forensic Services Group, D4 LLC recommends five things you should do when shipping or dropping off a mobile device for forensic imaging and analysis to ensure a time-efficient process in the discovery phase.
About John Clingerman
A member of the D4 team for the past seven years, with over two decades of law enforcement and forensic services, John Clingerman brings expertise and a unique perspective to his role as Vice President, Forensic Services Group.
A member of the company’s Forensic Services Group, John is responsible for a number of projects and processes. He manages all digital forensic and data collection projects, and oversees all personnel, equipment, and laboratory operations in the Rochester, NY office. John also personally assists and collaborates on many projects.
As a retired law enforcement professional and former police investigator, John is not only experienced with the technical side of our field but also the investigative and legal sides. He routinely testifies in all levels of civil and criminal court from local to federal. In November 2006, he was featured in the National White Collar Crime Center’s quarterly magazine for uncovering a major international identity theft ring.
John teaches computer forensics at a local community college, as well as coaches others in the law enforcement community with the CFCE process. John holds numerous degrees in information technology, computer forensics and criminal justice, and is a licensed Private Investigator in New York State.
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