Join our webinar for a closer look at MSAB’s powerful data recovery tool, XRY. Our outstanding experts will present and demonstrate the innovative features that set XRY apart and make it a must-have tool for law enforcement agencies and organizations.
When you have a mountain of data to extract, what you want is astonishing speed, cutting-edge exploits, and excellent performance. XRY has it all.
Learn how to successfully navigate XRY and XRY Pro in order to augment all your future investigations.
With over 15 years of experience as a police officer specializing in digital investigations, Adam is a seasoned digital forensic analyst with a wealth of experience in law enforcements. Since leaving his tenure in law enforcement in 2019, he has ventured into the private sector, where he gained valuable international exposure in digital forensics, and is currently serving as a tech evangelist for MSAB. Throughout his impressive career, Adam has tackled a diverse range of high-profile cases that involved analyzing digital evidence and data from a variety of sources, including computers and mobile devices. He is a sought-after speaker who has presented at criminal proceedings, conferences, and universities, both nationally and internationally, sharing his knowledge and experience in digital forensics.He is committed to mentoring and guiding students towards their professional goals and has frequently been a guest lecturer at local universities. He is also the host of the Forensic Fix Podcast.
Tech Evangelist, MSAB
A retired Law Enforcement Officer with 33 years of service, Wil Hernandez has been with MSAB since 2015 as a Product Specialist & Technical Engineer. He has served as a member of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) FC3 unit (Florida Cyber and Computer Crimes Unit) and a member of the Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. Wil was also a starting member of the Florida Attorney General's Office - Child Predator Cyber Crime Union (2006) as well as a starting member of the first Federal Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force in the United States (1998). He is the Vice-President of the Florida Association of Computer Crimes Investigators (FACCI) and has received several awards, including the 2001 FBI - Exceptional Service in the Public Interest Award and the 2001 United States Attorney's Office Southern District of Florida - Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award.
Technical Sales Engineer, MSAB