Steve Simpson, CCE, CISSP, CPTC, CSFA, PMP Expert Witness
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties:

Computers and Cybersecurity

Specialty Focus:

Digital Forensics, Mobile Forensics, Computer Forensics, Network Forensics, Email Forensics, Call Data Record analysis, Cell Tower Data analysis, Social Media Forensic analysis, Computer Crime Investigations, Cyber Investigations, Payment Card Industry Compliance, Digital Analyst


Master of Science Systems Egineering, Regis University; Bachelor of Science Electronic Engineering Technology, Oregon Instutute of Technology; Associates of Applied Science Electrical Engineering Technology (AAS), Spokane Community College; Digital Forensics Certificate, Edmonds Community College

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Steve Simpson, CCE, CISSP, CPTC, CSFA, PMP has over 35 years of experience in digital forensics, computer engineering, and data networking. His expertise includes criminal defense Litigation Support and Expert Witness testimony in cases involving cyberstalking, sexual harassment, No Contact Order violation, Domestic Violence, possession and distribution of child pornography, rape, kidnapping, unlawful imprisonment, and Net Nanny charges including attempted rape of a child and communication with a child for immoral purposes. Steve has extensive experience and training with computer and mobile device data extraction for cases involving social media apps including Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, email, voice mail, text messaging, call data record analysis, and cell tower data analysis. Steve holds multiple computer forensics and management certifications including Certified Computer Examiner (CCE), Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Penetration Test Consultant (CPTC), Cyber Security Forensic Analysis (CSFA), and Project Management Professional (PMP). These certifications emphasize professional ethics as well as the use of forensics tools, procedures, and analytical techniques required to legally collect, analyze, produce, and present electronic data and information in a court of law.