GetData Forensics - Company Directors
John Hunter has a Bachelor of Science from Sydney University and a number of post graduate computing qualifications. John spent 9 years as a New South Wales Police Officer during which time he was attached to the Special Technical Investigations Section as a senior computer forensics examiner. Following this John worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers Asia Pacific Computer Forensics Team. John has a great deal of experience in criminal and civil investigations involving information technology and has given expert evidence in numerous jurisdictions. John is EnCase Advanced trained and is probably best known in forensics circles for his EnCase e-scripts which have been widely used by law enforcement agencies around the world for numerous years.
Dr Brett Hunter has a PhD in Physics from University of New South Wales, Australia. His field of specialty includes the use of neutron scattering to study high temperature superconductors and other related oxides. He has worked as a Post Doctoral Fellow at Argonne National Laboratory, USA, and prior to his current role worked for the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization where his computer programing skills were used to develop data analysis codes to support new applications of neutron diffraction. Brett is author/co-author of 95 refereed scientific publications. At GetData Brett has developed cutting edge data recovery and forensics applications.
Graham Henley has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computing from the University of Technology Sydney. Graham spent eleven years as a Federal Agent in the Australian Federal Police, with the last five years of service spent as a Detective in the Computer Crime Unit. After leaving law enforcement Graham spent six years as Director of the PricewaterhouseCoopers Asia Pacific Computer Forensics practice. Graham has extensive experience in computer forensics both in the criminal and civil arenas and has given computer forensic evidence in numerous jurisdictions. Graham has provided computer forensics training for agencies including the Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysian police and Microsoft Law and Corporate Affairs.