Alan J. Roth, CISA, is a retired United States Postal Inspector with experience in investigations, audit (financial, contract and developmental/information technology), digital forensics, and IT security. As a Program Manager for the Postal Inspection Services Digital Evidence Unit, Alan led a team of Forensic Analysts specializing in computer, video and audio analysis for nine years, supporting criminal investigations around the U.S. In this capacity Alan testified in Federal court as a Computer Forensic expert on several occasions. He also served as liaison to the National Institute of Science and Technology’s (NIST) Digital Evidence working group, and participated in the development of National Institute of Justice (NIJ) guides and special reports on digital evidence topics, co-sponsored by NIST. His most recent assignment prior to retiring from the Postal Inspection Service was as the Law Enforcement liaison to the Postal Services CIRT team and Information Systems Security group. In a previous assignment he served as the security officer for the Postal Inspection Services Information Technology Division. Alan is an experienced trainer/presenter, having provided digital evidence training to Postal Inspector Basic Training classes for many years. He was also co-developer of the Postal Inspection Services Digital Evidence course for Postal Inspectors, and coordinated or assisted in coordinating training conferences for Forensic Computer Analysts during his tenure as a Program Manager for the Digital Evidence Unit.
Alan serves as a consultant and trainer with EHR 2.0, specializing in analysis of health care data breach regulations and providing insight into data breach response, risk assessment and mitigation He is a Director for ISACA-RTC, and also serves as its certification coordinator. He is a member and past 2nd vice president of the Carolinas chapter of the High Tech Crime Investigators Association (HTCIA), as well as the High Tech Crime Consortium (HTCC) and the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA). Alan is a member of the American Legion and currently serves as the Chaplain of Wake Forest Post 187.
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