The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) was created in 1986 and we are the oldest and most prestigious association solely focused on high tech investigations. HTCIA is an organization that provides education and collaboration to our members for the prevention and investigation of high tech crimes. HTCIA helps all those in the high technology field by providing extensive information, education, collective partnerships, mutual member benefits, board leadership and professional management. HTCIA is a registered not for profit association.
"What began as a quest for information sharing, my membership in the HTCIA has provided me with close, lasting friendships with top-tier leaders in the field for over 25+ years. Anyone working in the field of High Technology Investigation needs to pursue membership in HTCIA."
Cyber Incident Response and computer forensics expert
"Being a member of my local HTCIA chapter has allowed me to meet other digital forensic practitioners in my area. Our chapter meeting provide a great way to learn about current issues we are all facing, and the solutions available to address them."
Dana Windover, CFCE, EnCE
Forensic Analyst - Canada
"Through the networking opportunities of the HTCIA, I have been able to get in touch with different chapters and different perceptions. All these best-practices have helped me get ahead in tackling financial cybercrime."
Bobby McFaul MA
Sr. Science Officer Cyber - Netherlands
"I find networking opportunities within HTCIA to be one of the greatest benefits the organization provides. The diverse membership is comprised of resources across Law Enforcement, corporate practitioners, academia and other segments of the industry which has proven to be invaluable time and time again."
Director, Digital Forensics - T-Mobile USA
“When I think back on my career, its tough to pick out any successes I achieved that aren’t somehow linked to what I learned from members of the NY Chapter of the HTCIA. They provided inspiration, mentorship, direction, and had the patience to help explain and work with me to solve even the most technically challenging problems I encountered.”
Chief Information Security Officer - State of New Jersey