Chad Tilbury has spent over twelve years responding to computer intrusions and conducting forensic investigations. His extensive law enforcement and international experience stems from working with a broad cross-section of Fortune 500 corporations and government agencies around the world. During his service as a Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, he investigated and conducted computer forensics for a variety of crimes, including hacking, abduction, espionage, identity theft, and multi-million dollar fraud cases. He has led international forensic teams and was selected to provide computer forensic support to the United Nations Weapons Inspection Team. Chad has worked as a computer security engineer and forensic lead for a major defense contractor and as the Vice President of Worldwide Internet Enforcement for the Motion Picture Association of America. In that role, he managed Internet anti-piracy operations for the seven major Hollywood studios in over sixty countries. Chad is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and holds a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science as well as GCFA, GCIH, GREM, and ENCE certifications. He is currently a consultant specializing in incident response, corporate espionage, and computer forensics.
"Chad Tilbury is hands down the best instructor that I ever had in my 20 years of military service. Excellent job. Very relevant and up-to-date. An industry leader in this field." - Dannie Walters, US Army
"Chad's real world examples are key part of the training. It really helps to have a knowledgeable instructor who currently works in the industry." - Roger Szulc, MDA
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