Silicon Valley Chapter Meeting
Dear Valued Members:
It’s almost summer and we have another Chapter Meeting coming up on May 21 on Zoom. Our speaker this month will be Jim Sibley. He’s reentering the prosecutorial space once more.
Jim was a California prosecutor for 26 years (Santa Clara and Santa Cruz). He was also the Project Director of REACT and the CDAA representative to the Governors High Tech Crime Advisory Committee for 5 years.
Jim is a POST-certified instructor and was one of the subject matter experts for several of their high-tech crime telecourses. He’s taught for CDAA, NDAA. NAAG, NAC, HTCIA and co-authored the manual for the prosecutors’ course at NCFI. Jim is also an ex-hacker from the old days and forensically trained.
In his spare time, Jim try’s cases with experience in about 150 jury trials.
You can RSVP via email. We look forward to seeing/hearing you there.
HTCIA Silicon Valley Chapter President
Presenter: Jim Sibley
Topic: Re-entering the Prosecutors Space
Bio: Jim Sibley is a Deputy Attorney General in the Criminal Prosecution Division of the Nevada Attorney General’s Office. He was previously a Supervising Deputy District Attorney and Deputy District Attorney with the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office and an Assistant District Attorney in the Satna Cruz County DAO. In his nearly thirty years of practice, Jim has tried over 150 jury trials to verdict. He has served as the Lead attorney for the Narcotics, and High Technology Crimes Units, with trial assignments including Real Estate Fraud, Sexual Assault, Career Criminal, and Robbery, Assault and Theft.
For 6 years he was the Project Director for REACT (Rapid Enforcement Allied Computer Team) one of California’s five statewide, multi-jurisdictional high technology crimes task forces. He served as the California District Attorneys Association representative to the Governor’s High Technology Crime Advisory Committee, and Vice President of the Silicon Valley chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigator’s Association (HTCIA). As a subject matter expert, Jim helped develop the California Commission on Police officer Standards and Training courses on Identity Theft, High Tech Crime for First Responders, and Protecting Children On-Line and the National Center For Missing and Exploited Children’s Chief Executive Officer Training Course. He served as an instructor for the National Computer Forensics Institute prosecutor’s program and co-authored the course manual.