The American Society of

            Digital Forensics & eDiscovery, Inc

            For Digital Evidence Experts™

David King, Chairman of the Board

David is a Senior Business Leader at MasterCard where he manages the Security Event Management team. This team is comprised of the Security Operations Center, Incident Management team, Cyber Investigations team, Cyber Intelligence and Public Private Partnership team.  Prior to joining MasterCard David worked for BlackBerry where he was global manager for their Cyber Forensics, eDiscovery, Corporate Investigations and Special Services teams. He was responsible for BlackBerry’s enterprise wide computer forensics and eDiscovery capabilities as well as managing all physical investigations worldwide. He was also responsible for ensuring safe travel of all executives in high-risk regions of the world.

K. David Benton

David spent the past eleven consecutive years collecting and processing digital evidence and security. Mr. Benton has served in leadership positions from a leading fortune 50 company, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the US Army. He has been qualified and testified as an expert witness on digital evidence in 18 separate cases throughout Georgia. As a Counterintelligence Special Agent, he spent five years interviewing, interrogating and observing individuals then submitting detailed investigative reports. He held a Top Secret/ SCI clearance (expired in 2001). In 1996 his US Army unit was awarded the Central Intelligence Agency’s Meritorious Unit Citation for it's work during Operation Uphold Democracy in Haiti. Mr. Benton is very active in the not for profit community and preventing home burglaries and home invasion. He has authored various books and articles including home security and digital evidence.

Dean Chatfield

Dean is a High-Tech Crime Training Specialist with the High-Tech Crime Training Services department of SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics. He provides training on digital evidence investigations and forensics to local, state, and federal justice agencies. He also conducts research on new tools and techniques involving digital evidence,  provides technical assistance to justice agencies in active cases, prepares training curricula and other resource materials, teaches SEARCH investigative courses, and speaks at conferences throughout the United States.  Before joining SEARCH  in 2013, Mr. Chatfield worked for the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) for 14 years, first as a computer crime specialist, then as a Supervisory Computer Crime Specialist. He presented basic and advanced cyber investigative and computer forensic courses to local, state, federal, military and international law enforcement agencies; researched computer forensics issues; and provided advice to law enforcement agencies in computer seizure and analysis.  He has 25 years of experience in law enforcement.

Warren G Kruse II

Warren is a vice president with Consilio, an eDiscovery, data forensic and document review service provider. He has spent the last twenty-five years between law enforcement and as a consultant supporting various agencies with incident response, computer forensics, and eDiscovery. He has supported projects across a wide range of major U.S. corporations and agencies. In addition, he led a team of computer forensic experts in a three-year engagement in support of a fraud investigation task force at the world’s largest international cooperative organization. 

Lou LaRocca

Lou began his investigative career with the Gwinnet County Police Department. He worked as Detective with the Electronic and Financial Crimes Unit. He led several felony investigations relating to mortgage fraud, theft, and forgery that resulted in many arrests, and convictions. Within the Electronic Investigations Lou performed digital investigations and analysis for homicide, robbery, special victims and financial divisions that assisted in arrests and convictions. He has worked as a computer forensics examiner and cyber forensics investigator at numerous other organizations to include Bank of America, Research in Motion, CrowdStrike and Equifax. He is the currently a Manager of Digital Forensics in Atlanta.

Bonnie Norman

Bonnie has a broad successful background in information technologies, information security as well as the development and implementation of information security compliance programs and initiatives. Bonnie Norman has over twenty-five years of successful IT experience. Her experience includes the roles of Senior Technologist Product Development, System Engineer, IPS Engineer, DLP Engineer, Network Engineer, Interface Engine Engineer, Forensic Investigator, Staff Manager, Compliance Auditor, Incident Response Manager, Manager of Assessment and Enforcement, Mega Project Manager, Senior Manager, and Director of Product Development. Bonnie managed the servers, network, security, and end user support teams for a large metropolitan healthcare system.  Bonnie was the Information Security Incident Response Manager for a fortune 20 company. She has been a member of a Large National Healthcare Integrated Delivery System’s Cyber Security team the last five years where she leads information security initiatives, teams, technology deployments, contract negotiations, and programs. She is currently a member of a Security Threat Analytics and Research Services Team with that organization.


The American Society of

     Digital Forensics & eDiscovery, Inc™

     For Digital Evidence Experts™

       2451 Cumberland Parkway, Suite 3382 

       Atlanta, GA 30339-6157

       (866) 534-9734



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