We Are a Veteran-Owned Company
To provide top-tier digital forensics services through the development and execution of customized solutions tailored to meet our client’s needs and wants while delivering a superior work-product on time and on budget.
As Founding Partner, Ron Bodenmann brings 22 years of experience managing and providing litigation support to his latest venture, CyberCorp Forensics. In addition to his litigation support expertise, Ron is a Computer Forensics Examiner certified in FTK, EnCase and Cellebrite tools and holds a security clearance with the Department of Homeland Security. Ron has expertise in a variety of Forensic cases involving computers, cell phones and tablets and has partnered with some of Sacramento’s most prestigious law firms on their critical cases. He is also a recognized certified trainer from the State Bar of California, Concordance and Summation and regularly teaches CLE courses at the Law Library.
Prior to co-founding CyberCorp Forensics, Ron was President and Owner of Mirror Imaging, where he provided leading edge document solutions and pioneered efficient document management solutions.
Ron is a veteran of the United States Air Force and a dedicated family man. In his spare time, Ron can be found snowboarding, playing guitar, and enjoying time with his children.
Steve Robles, Founding Partner of CyberCorp Forensics, has over a decade of technical experience and has been performing forensic analysis of digital media since January 2011. He has conducted hundreds of examinations relating to computer and mobile forensics and has provided expert testimony in both areas.
After serving six years in the United States Air Force, Steve worked for a high-tech renewable energy company in Southern California where he continued his education in Digital Forensics. Shortly thereafter, he graduated magna cum laude from Champlain College with a bachelor’s degree in computer forensics and digital investigations. Steve has received certifications in computer forensics and mobile forensics (ACE, AME) and has received advanced training in mobile device data recovery methods such as JTAG.
Steve is also an experienced instructor who has provided training in digital forensics for numerous organizations, including the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI) for which he wrote an article for their January 2013 AWI Journal publication.
When not working or spending time with his beautiful wife and daughter, Steve enjoys competitive shooting (future boyfriends of daughter beware), trivia, and playing recreational football and softball.