William B. Ellwood

(416) 410-8191 ex. 316


ellwood Evidence Inc. – Computer Forensic Examiner 2011-Present

Since achieving his EnCE certification, William has worked on forensic cases involving corporate fraud, data theft, and personal harassment in civil actions. He specializes in forensic data collection, review, and reporting within the bounds of confidentiality agreements. His recent focus has been on the forensic collection of social media using tools like X1 Social Discovery, and he has also conducted independent research into artifacts left behind by use of webmail.

As a member of the Technical Infrastructure division at ellwood, William regularly attends law offices to fix technical issues. He works with the Support Team to ensure that all client issues are quickly resolved and that they are satisfied with the result. For the last two years William has taken shifts as the Support Manager, tracking issues and delegating them to members of the support staff.


University of Toronto, Trinity College Finance and Economics B.Comm Candidate 2016

  • President’s Entrance Scholarship

Upper Canada College (2006-2012)

  • Graduated as a member of the Principle’s List with General Proficiency
  • IB2 Stephen Leacock Prize for Higher Level English 2011-2012
  • IB2 Wedd Prize for Classics 2011-2012
  • Andrew T. Wilson Award for Theatrical Tech 2011-2012
  • IB1 Classics Prize 2010-2011
  • Higher Level English Prize 2010-11
  • General Proficiency 2010-2011
  • R.S. Coleman Prize for Physics 2009-2010

Guidance Software (2011-2012)

  • Certified as an EnCE – EnCase Certified Computer Forensic Examiner (ID 15-0911-4328)
  • Certificates of Completion and CPE credits for the following Professional Courses:
                   Computer Forensics I & II
                   Advanced Computer Forensics
                   Advanced Internet Investigations
                   Network Intrusion Investigations
                   EnCase Enterprise
                   EnCase CyberSecurity
  • Instructor Guidance Software (2014 - present)
    • specializing in nCase Forensic and Enterprise suites

Quantum Cryptography School for Young Students (Summer 2011)

  • Full scholarship. Selected as one of thirty students from around the world to participate in Waterloo’s Institute for Quantum Computing summer course in quantum cryptography.

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