The Godfather – PSW #700
Jim (elwood) began his tech career as a network administrator with a particular talent for network intrusion simulation, digital investigations, and malware analysis. Jim started teaching for OffSec in 2009 as an instructor for the Penetration Testing with Kali (PWK) course — a role he still enjoys. He went on to co-author Metasploit: The Penetration Tester’s Guide and Kali Linux: Revealed, and has developed and curated a number of OffSec courses. As the Chief Content and Strategy officer, he currently oversees the open source Kali Linux development project and participates with OffSec’s Penetration Testing Team.
Associate Professor at Roger Williams University School of Justice Studies and Mario J. Gabelli School of Business. Possess a BS and MBA from Bryant University and a Juris Doctor from Roger Williams University School of Law. I have been teaching in higher education for over 20 years. Prior to teaching in higher-ed I had spent 20 years’ in the financial services industry in various management capacities.
I teach courses in Computer Forensic Law, Business Law, Criminal Justice and Financial Accounting. I have given a number of presentations and authored articles relating to Computer Forensic Law and Practice dealing with Fourth Amendment privacy issues as well as the licensing of Computer Forensic professionals in the US. An attorney for 25 years as a member of the Rhode Island and Massachusetts bar associations as well as the federal bar association.