Elton Booker is a Forensic Analyst at MIT Lincoln Laboratory where he has been involved in forensic analysis, incident response, and risk assessments for the last 3 years. He began his career in criminal justice working with local and federal Law Enforcement agencies and eventually as an investigator for a local institution, while performing acquisitions and rudimentary forensic analysis. Booker started his career in Information Security as a Compliance Analyst conducting system audits, security/risk assessments and remediation to specific security functions including internal vulnerability assessments, penetration testing and malware infections. Currently he is an active member of Infragard, HTCIA, and the Computer Technology Investigators Network (CTIN). Booker's educational background includes an MS in Criminal Theory from Roger Williams University and a BS in Digital Forensics from Champlain College. He currently holds the GCFE, GCFA, GCIH, EnCE, Security+, Network+, CCE and a professional certificate in Linux Security Administration.