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Tony Patrick
Certified Forensic Computer Examiner

Computer Forensics and Electronic Discovery in Memphis Tennessee

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About UsTony Patrick 

Tony Patrick has provided computer forensic consulting services to law firms ranging from local Memphis firms to interstate firms to national top 100 firms, and now works full time as eDiscovery program lead for a  Memphis based corporation.

Mr Tony Patrick has 12 years experience in digital evidence, having worked or managed hundreds of cases, many involving multiple computer examinations of networks and servers, including a 3 year specialization in Corporate Fraud and Computer Crime.  7 years were with the Queensland Police Service in Australia, an agency with over 10,000 police and almost 3000 staff responsible for an area bigger than Texas, and cases included interagency cooperation with US Customs, Interpol other agencies world wide. For three years he managed Patrick Computer Forensics Inc (now closed) performing forensic computer consulting in Memphis.  

Mr Patrick's experience in Computer Forensics is broad, including examinations in support of investigations involving:

  • Multimillion dollar fraud
  • Multiple homicide
  • Employee and contractor malfeasance
  • Extortion
  • Terrorism
  • Hacking
  • Identity theft
  • Legal professional misconduct
  • Child protection
  • Narcotics
His education includes a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology from the Queensland University of Technology and he is a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner, having been certified in 2005, and then recertified in 2008 and 2011 for a further 3 years.  He has received training in FTK (Forensic ToolKit) from AccessData and Ethical Hacking.  He has also taught computer forensic classes for the Queensland Police Service in Australia and was a coach for examiners seeking certification through The International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS).  Through IACIS he has trained law enforcement personnel from the USA, Japan, Korea and France.  He has held the Chairperson positions of the Research and Development and Advanced Certification subcommittees for IACIS.

Prior to becoming a Forensic Computer Examiner, Mr Patrick worked in a variety of information technology roles including as a lead developer of accounting software, and technical customer service.  He studied a double degree in Information Technology and Law at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), choosing to complete only his IT bachelors degree after deciding on a career in Computer Forensics.

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