Richard Leickly MS, DFE, CDRE
Data Scientist, Data Recovery Expert, Digital Forensic Examiner, Manager
A fifth-generation native of Ohio, Richard has made Washington his home for over 20 years. Richard has master’s degrees in mathematics and oceanography; and has studied IT Security and Network Engineering at the University of Washington. He has worked as a scientist, a statistician, and a scientific programmer at the University of Washington; and at the US Department of State’s Office of Marine Conservation. He has programmed in half a dozen languages, designed and administered SQL Server databases, created Geographic Information Systems, and administered Windows Server 2008. Recently, he was part of a team of hardware and software engineers contracted to test the wireless communication system being built for the transcontinental railroad's new Positive Train Control System.
Richard is a faculty member at Edmonds Community College where he teaches advanced data recovery, clean room operations, and digital forensics. He also participates in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education programs. Circle Hook conducts research in the applications of data recovery tools to digital forensics.
Richard serves as the Secretary for the Washington Chapter of the High Tech Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA).
In his spare time, Richard can usually be found surrounded by stacks of old vinyl classical records.
David Angell BS, DFE, CDRE
Data Recovery Expert
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Richard has taken over his responsibilities
A fan of all things digital, David has built and repaired computers almost since they hit the desktop. He specializes in troubleshooting and getting computers (and their users) out of the many sticky situations that they have a bad habit of getting into. David has installed new home networks and has rewired home networks installed by others, keeping clients, friends, and family connected. Before joining Circle Hook, he was successfully recovering the client records of independent small business owners. David has a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Santa Cruz. He studied digital forensics with Steven Hailey and Mike Andrew.