Mr. La Monica, as an expert computer forensic analysis for the USPIS, was a pioneer in mobile device analysts. He assisted federal, state and local law enforcement agencies with computer and mobile forensics and was a key contact for criminal investigations for crimes against children, mail fraud and other crimes involving computers. He completed more than 400 computer forensic and cell phone analysis.
As a Computer Forensic Analyst he attended more than 700 hours of computer forensic training in; FTK, EnCase, Device Seizure, XRY, Secure View, iLook, E-Mail Examiner, Gargoyle, iXAM, Device Seizure, Data Pilot, Mobile Edit and others sponsored by Department of Defense (DOD), SEARCH, Access Data, Guidance Software, Paraben, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), NH Cyber Crime Initiative, The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Attorney General's Office, High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA), NWC3 and others.
Mr. La Monica has developed computer related training for technology resellers as well as training for the more technology challenged. He has been teaching part time at colleges and corporate training centers since 1982 and joined the Manchester Community College staff as a full time Associate Professor in 2012.