Network Packet Forensics Analysis Training (NPFAT) Instructor Bios
Mr Samuel Amoah
Mr Samuel Amoah is the President of the Canadian Institute of Learning, the first private career college in Canada to provide training in computer forensics. He is the lead Consultant of the CFG Computer Forensics Group in Brampton, Ontario. He is a certified Computer Forensics Examiner, Certified Ethical Hacker, Certified Instructor for CEH, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Microsoft Certified IT Professional (Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008), Certified Network Packet Forensics Analysis Instructor, and a member of the International Society of Forensics Computer Examiners .
He has under his sleeve over 16 years teaching and coaching experience as well as 6 years of chemical and environmental technology experience. Samuel's passion is to train and mentor students in IT Networking, Security and Investigations.
Samuel was a volunteer on the Problem Development Committee for the International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners (ISFCE) in 2005. He runs CCE Boot Camp in Brampton, Ontario.
Samuel, through a self formulated electronic intelligence method, was able to locate a missing person, a feat applauded by some members of the High Technology Crime Investigations Association (HTCIA) in 2007. Samuel also provides advice to Private Finance Companies to mitigate fraudulent applications.
Samuel is currently working on ways to introduce the LE agencies of West Africa to the realm of Computer Forensics, Investigations and lawful interception of Network packets, to help combat "419", "Sakawa" crimes and Cyber terrorism.
Samuel's training includes :
Computer Forensics Training with Infosec, Chicago. 2004
CCE BootCamp (audit) with Vigilar, Atlanta. GA. 2008
He is a member of HTCIA, ISFCE, and The Institute of Computer Forensic Professionals.