AKBP Muhammad Nuh Al-Azhar, MSc., CHFI, CEI

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About me

Gender MALE
Industry Law Enforcement or Security
Occupation Senior Digital Forensic Investigator
Location Jakarta, Indonesia
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Introduction I have been working for Indonesian Police Forensic Laboratory Centre (Puslabfor Bareskrim Polri) since 1997. My current job is the Chief of Computer Forensic Sub-Department. I have core duties to handle digital forensic investigation and analysis on electronic and digital evidence. I am the pioneer of developing computer forensic capabilities at Puslabfor Bareskrim Polri which was started in around 2000. Last year, in 2012 I and my team successfully investigated and analyzed 488 items of evidence which came from 81 cases of computer crime and computer-related crime. In 2012 I wrote a book with the title "Digital Forensic: Practical Guidelines for Forensic Investigation". Its contents is mostly from knowledge and science I got from joining the MSc in Forensic Informatics at the University of Strathclyde, in the UK in 2008/2009 through the Chevening Scholarships. In 2010, the British Council in Indonesia gave me a prestigious award as one of "The Super Six UK Alumni".
Favorite Movies Bone Collector, Die Hard 4
Favorite Books Digital Forensic: Practical Guidelines for Computer Investigation by Muhammad Nuh Al-Azhar, Digital Evidence and Computer Crime by Eoghan Casey, File System Forensic Analysis by Brian Carrier, Investigator's Guide to Steganography by Gregory Kipper, Computer Forensics Jump Start by Michael G. Solomon et al