James T. Gladstone, Jr

Curriculum Vitae of James T. Gladstone, Jr.

(Founding Partner of Eagle Eye Forensics, LLC)

For over 6 years, Jim Gladstone has been fully engaged in providing digital forensics services to the legal community and local law enforcement.  Prior to entering the field of digital forensics, Jim had over 25 years of high-tech aircraft design and engineering experience, much of it involving the in-depth use and understanding of computers, their systems and architecture. 

Digital forensics activities:
  • Instrumental in establishing Eagle Eye Forensics, LLC in Woodstock, GA in January, 2003.
  • Conducts and assists in computer forensics examinations at Eagle Eye Forensics, LLC.
  • Recovers data from hard drives and other digital media.
  • Helped Woodstock Police Department set up new forensic lab.  Continuing to provide support on an as-needed basis.
  • Provided technical assistance for the 2005, 2006 Southeast Cybercrime Summit.

Integration of computerized systems:
  • Integrated more than 360 computer systems for aircraft and crew stations.  Has a security clearance.

Court submissions:
  • Affidavits have been submitted to and accepted by the Federal District Court of Southern Georgia in a current civil case related to digital evidence discovery.

Training:
  • Cybercrime investigation and computer forensics training at Kennesaw State University.
  • Two NW3C Class in computer forensics  BRDA and NTFS
  • Two One day Classes prep for AccessData UTK (ACES)
  • Continuing education in digital forensic hardware and software at Southeast Cybercrime Summits — NTFS and FAT file systems’ structure, imaging of drives, use of various forensic examination programs, PDA examination techniques, and explanation of types of magnetic tape.  Also, attended moot court sessions and reviews of digital forensic cases.
  • BS EET from Capital College, Laurel, MD.
  • HP 2130 Disk drive systems certification.

Professional memberships:
  • High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA).
  • Atlanta Chapter of FBI’s Infragard program.

Specialists

When unique services are required during a case, highly qualified specialists are used for a limited duration.  Typical areas of expertise include network or tape forensics, HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley issues, and security consultations.