Mr. Dewing served as the Subject Matter Expert in Computer Forensics to the Intelligence Systems Support Office under the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Technical Collection and Analysis, where he was assigned to liaise with national level agencies on matters of Technical Exploitation.
Over the course of an accomplished 30-year career, Mr. Dewing has excelled in senior positions within the federal government, the department of defense, and the corporate sector.
Mr. Dewing was awarded the 2011 Secretary of Defense Value Engineering Award for inventing and fielding a technical exploitation capability of National Significance. In 2010, he was recruited by the Federal Bureau of Investigation Counterterrorism Division where he significantly advanced the bureaus Digital Media Exploitation (DMX) capabilities. As an Army Special Forces Sergeant Major, Mr. Dewing performed as Chief, Exploitation Branch, where he spearheaded the formation of joint interagency teams of computer forensic and digital exploitation experts in support of the Intelligence Community. His efforts resulted in the creation of national standards in the conduct of support to Intelligence Operations and have thus caused national level agencies to build like capabilities based upon Mr. Dewing’s successes.
Mr. Dewing is a graduate of the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy and is a retired Army Special Forces Sergeant Major. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from The George Washington University in Integrated Information, Science and Technology, is Federally Certified in Computer Forensics from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and holds multiple technical certifications in the field of Digital Forensics & Technical Exploitation.