Computer Security Consultant
Philip M. Rosenthal –
Computer & Internet Safety Expert
Philip Rosenthal has been involved in the computer industry since 1979. In 1998, he developed, created and implemented the Computer Crime Unit for the Rockland County Sheriff's Department. As a computer forensic investigator, he lifts electronic fingerprints and electronic DNA off of hard drives and other electronic storage media, not unlike the forensic work of a crime scene detective lifting fingerprints or DNA off of a doorknob or glass at a bank robbery or murder. There are many types of computer crimes that he investigates.
His extensive certifications and training include the following:
- International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS)
- National Consortium for Justice Information & Statistics (SEARCH)
- New York State Crime Prevention Coalition
- Bureau of Justice Assistance – National Institute Against Hate Crime
- Simon Wiesenthal Tolerance Center
Philip has assisted the FBI, US Secret Service, NY Attorney General, Israel National Police, New Scotland Yard and countless other law enforcement agencies in various high-tech related cases. He is a member of the US Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force as well as the High Tech Crime Consortium (HTCC).
He is recognized in the worldwide law enforcement community for his vast technical know-how and his real-time experience with the critical detail that is involved with computer related criminal cases. He is on the Board of Directors of the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) based in Richmond, VA.
Mr. Rosenthal has spoken extensively around the world regarding obsessive computer behaviors, computer based child abuse, online bullying, online gambling and Internet safety. He is recognized as an expert in his field and is called upon regularly for consultation with mental health care professionals, schools, lay people, and community leaders.
Whether it is a home, a business or a child —
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