David J Peck

David J. Peck, CISSP, C|EH, EnCE, is a seasoned information security systems professional with more than 25 years of experience in cyber security, digital forensics and IT investigative services.

David began his career serving as an intelligence analyst and electronic warfare technician in the United States Navy. He retired from the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) as a Trooper and certified forensic examiner. He was also a Deputy United States Marshal. While with the PSP, David served as a computer crime investigator and a wiretap and surveillance specialist, often working on undercover assignments.

Upon retirement from the PSP, David served as a senior security consultant for Dell and a number of major corporations. He has also served as an information assurance and forensic engineer with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

He is a licensed private investigator in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and holds a wide variety of IT and security certifications.

David J. Peck & Associates is a Veteran-Owned Business, serving global clients from its headquarters in Erie Pennsylvania.


Past Performance

  • Central Intelligence Agency
    • Information Assurance Engineer, Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT)
    • Digital forensics and malware reverse engineering
    • Incident response
  • Dell SecureWorks
    • Digital forensics and malware analysis
    • Incident response
    • Penetration testing
  • Pennsylvania State Police
    • State trooper, computer crime investigator
    • Digital forensics 


• HTCIA - High Technology Crime Investigation Association

• PALI - Pennsylvania Association of Licensed Investigators

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"David has impressed me with his ability to maintain a high degree of security knowledge in a field that is constantly changing."
-Timothy M. Opsitnick
"His record of corporate successes in a highly competitive cybersecurity environment speaks for itself."
-Carlos Fernandes
Purcellville, Virginia
" In particular, he provided the core capability we needed to execute a recent cybersecurity assessment for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)."
-Ranson J. Ricks
Indianapolis, Indiana