Philippe Joliot is an accomplished computer forensics expert with over 20 years of experience as a specialist in data recovery services and training. He has served as President of TRACIP for 21 years and is responsible for managing the direction of the company, overseeing the computer forensics, data recovery services, testing new tools, serving as an expert witness, coaching and training French law enforcement and corporations on best practices in computer forensics.
Philippe received his Engineering degree from CESI Nancy, France, in 1986, as well as a university degree in Forensics from Faculté de Médécine Paris V in 2006.
In 2007, he founded AFSIN (Association of Francophone Digital Forensics Specialists), a computer forensics association that assists with investigations for the government. Mr. Joliot served as President of the organization for 6 years and is a current administrator. Originally, he was drawn to this field a because the police department needed help with investigating in computer forensics, and a majority of his activity has been in that area since, including cyber criminality.
Going forward, Mr. Joliot is keen to network and develop the company outside of France, specifically in Africa. He serves as Expert at the Court of Appeal of Nancy, and speaks both English and French. In his spare time, Philippe enjoys listening to music and traveling the world, and he especially enjoys North America.