Mark Pfoff – Rocky Mountain Computer Forensics

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President Mark PfoffMark Pfoff is an experienced computer engineer; turned detective and computer forensic examiner.  He has over 30 years experience in computers.  After working as an engineer for 22 years; working for such companies as Digital Equipment Corporation and MCI, he went into law enforcement full time.   Mark worked as a Detective with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office in Colorado Springs, Colorado for over 10 years specializing in computer related crimes and computer forensics.  He retired from law enforcement in October of 2014 after a 17 year career; 

Mark has a wide range of knowledge concerning computers and computer forensics.  He has personally examined thousands of items of digital evidence to include hard drives (300+), cellular telephones (300+), tablets, flash drives, memory sticks, DVDs, and CDs.   His knowledge of technology has been utilized in many major criminal investigations to include financial crimes, kidnappings, robberies, sex assaults and homicides. 

Conducted computer forensics and cell phone forensics for many local law enforcement agencies. Mark Pfoff has done projects with the US Military (OSI, CID, and JAG), Federal Law Enforcement, US Attorney’s Office, and multiple commercial companies.  He has experience with both criminal and civil cases. 

Experienced providing expert testimony; Mark Pfoff has been qualified multiple times in court as an expert witness in computer forensics, cell phone forensics, forensic cell phone technology, forensic computer technology, forensic and computer surveillance system analysis, law enforcement procedures and investigations, and child exploitation.  He has testified numerous times in district court on a wide range of criminal cases to include child exploitation (pornography), sex assaults, and homicides. Mark has the ability to explain complicated forensic items in a way a jury can understand. 

As a Detective for the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, Mark investigated many types of cases to include child exploitation, child abuse, identity theft, robberies, burglaries, kidnappings, sex assaults, and sex assault on a child.  He assisted on numerous homicide investigations to include the murder of Colorado Department of Corrections’ chief Tom Clements and the Black Forest fire. 

Mark Pfoff has given numerous lectures and training.  He currently teaches Colorado Revised Statutes, Preliminary Investigations, and Computer Crimes at the Pikes Peak Community College Regional Law Enforcement Academy.  He has also taught a section on technology for a homicide seminar sponsored by the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS).  Mark has spoken at many school districts around Colorado about Social MediaSexting and Cyberbullying.  He has spoken on a wide range of subjects to groups as large as 300 individuals.