Mr. Keerthi Goonatillake obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree at University of Colombo and Specialized Computer Hardware Engineering at Cybernetics Department at University of Reading, UK. He has over three decades of extensive experience in Information Technology, Digital Forensics, Infrastructure Consultancy, Project Management and Human Resource Development. With a range of internationally recognized professional qualifications that cover Mobile Phone Forensics, Network Investigation, Data Recovery and Analysis at National Policing Improvement Agency UK, Multimedia Communications Engineering KDDI Corporation Japan, Multimedia Systems Development at Overseas Technical Scholarship, Japan, NEC Mainframe Computer Maintenance NEC Japan, Mechatronic Systems Technology, Singapore. Mr. Goonatillake has played a key role as a Consultant / TEC Member and adviser in projects of national interest that includes; eNIC Project of the Ministry of Defense, Public Transport Bus Tracking System of Ministry of Transport, Sri Lanka Internet Project of University of Moratuwa. Mr. Keerthi Goonatillake has served as an International Advisory Panel Member in International Conference on Cybercrime Forensics and Education Organized by Canterbury Christ Church University, UK and has held the positions of Consultant, Coordinator, Computer Programmer, Computer Instructor, Technical Research Assistant, Committee Member, Board Member, Energy Manager, Indirect Counterpart and Local Counterpart in various professional committees of University of Colombo. He is a Professional Member of the Computer Society of Sri Lanka since 1991. He was the Founder of the Digital Forensics Centre and the Initiator of the Engineering Division of the University of Colombo School of Computing (UCSC), and also Founder Member of the Institute of Computer Technology and University of Colombo School of Computing since its inception.He has been awarded many times in recognition for his dedicated services rendered to the University of Colombo over a period of three decades.