Steve Rogers, EnCE, A+, CNA, formerly worked in law enforcement, having retired from the RCMP in 2003 as staff sergeant in charge of the “O” Division Technological Crime Unit. He began conducting digital forensics in 1994 and was subsequently transferred to the “O” Division Technological Crime Unit. Since retiring from the RCMP, he has continued digital forensics investigations through his private investigation agency, Digital Evidence International Inc., in London, Ontario. Mr. Rogers has conducted or assisted with the examination of thousands of pieces of digital evidence in cases such as murder, fraud, proceeds of crime, theft of intellectual property, copyright, and child pornography. In Mr. Rogers’s practice, he provides unbiased and impartial analysis of digital evidence in civil matters as well as criminal matters for both the defence and law enforcement communities. He has provided expert reports, affidavit evidence, and has testified at trial for both civil and criminal matters.