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Investigative Conclusion and Testimony 1 Investigative Collection of Evidence Roger Reed March 2, 2018 UMUC CCJS 321 6380 Digital Forensics in the Criminal Justice System (2182)
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Investigative Conclusion and Testimony 2 Date: March 2, 2018 To: Devin Roberts: Human Resources Director, Allied Technology System cc: Randy Capisi: Information Security Director, Allied Technology Systems (Supervisor) Jon Dewberry: Product Engineering Manager; Product Development Division, Allied Technology Systems (Keith Jackson’s Supervisor) From: Roger Reed: Data Security Analyst, Allied Technology Systems (ATS) R.R. (Signed) Subject: or Re: Physical evidence, documenting and reporting. Section I . Persons Interviewed 1. Randy Capisi: Information Security Director, Allied Technology Systems (Your supervisor) would be interviewed because as my supervisor, he can explain exactly why he assigned me the case to begin with. 2. Devin Roberts: Human Resources Director, Allied Technology Systems would be interviewed to explain the exact reasoning for terminating Mr. Keith Jackson. 3. Keith Jackson: (former) engineer, Product Development Division, Allied Technology Systems would be interviewed, and possibly interrogated in an attempt to determine if he did in fact access the data in question with the intent to sell for profit. As well as could he has possibly done it to cause financial harm to the company, along with other possible motives. [Bil16]
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Investigative Conclusion and Testimony 3 4. Jon Dewberry: Product Engineering Manager; Product Development Division, Allied Technology Systems (Keith Jackson’s Supervisor) would be interviewed to also ascertain the reasoning for Mr. Jacksons termination. As well as what type of employee he was, as well as his demeanor while employed with Allied Technology. 5. The entire Investigative team that helped preform the investigation, from start to finish. Which would include all those directly involved with the Chain of Custody. 6. I would interview all security specialists that are employed with Allied Technology, to determine if they noticed any suspicious behavioral patterns with Mr. Jackson as well. 7. I would also interview all of Mr. Jacksons immediate coworkers/team members who assisted him on the project in question, to determine if the noticed any unusual behavior patterns. Had they observed him ever removing any items from the work areas where the project was being worked on etc. 8. Last but not least, I would interview Mr. Jacksons fiancé Ms. Suzanne Fleming, to determine besides the flash drive that she was in possession of, when did Mr. Jackson initially give it to her. The exact date, time, location, or the exchanging of the thumb drive, and did he inform her what was on the drive when he passed it to her. Had Mr. Jackson ever spoke to her about any work-related actives while outside of the company’s space i.e. home etc.
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