Lifetime Achievement Award

Lifetime Achievement Award Winners (Award not given prior to 1999)

Considerations for granting Lifetime Achieve Award, since 2006:

7 years good standing membership in the HTCIA and have made a significant contribution to the goals of HTCIA. The following is a non-exhaustive list of factors that will be used to evaluate this requirement: The following is a non-exhaustive list of factors that will be used to evaluate this requirement:

  • Served as an officer at either the Chapter and/or International level of HTCIA;
  • Assisted in the organization of a regional or annual HTCIA conference;
  • Facilitated or assisted in the start-up of a new HTCIA Chapter;
  • Advanced the prevention of high tech crimes through education and/or the development of tool(s) and or technique(s);
  • Individually advanced the field of computer investigation, forensics, and/or security, through training and/or the development of tool(s) and/or technique(s);
  • Assisted in the successful prosecution and/or litigation of case(s) involving advanced technologies;
  • Other objective criteria announced by the IEC at the request of for nominations.

Former Lifetime Achievement Award Winners

1999   Fred Cotton
2000   Donald Ingraham
2001   Not Awarded
2002   Joe Chiaramonte and James Doyle
2003   Rich Bernes and Michael J. Menz
2004   Andy Rosen
2005   Kevin Manson
2006   Danny Mares
2007   Lee McCown
2008   Mark Menz
2009   Anthony Reyes
2010   John McMullen
2011   Kenneth Citarella
2012   Lee Curtis
2013   Ronald J. Wilczynski
2014   Cynthia Navarro
2015   Tom Quilty
2016 Arthur Bowker

Each individual nominated will be evaluated on the  following criteria. Please ensure you fully address each element prior to submission. Nominations must by submitted within 60 days of the first day of the annual HTCIA conference to be considered for the award, or July 1, 2016.