Senior Software Engineer
Dr. Frank Adelstein has been involved in computer security and digital forensics for over a decade. As the Technical Director of Computer Security at ATC-NY in Ithaca, NY, he was the principal designer of a live forensic investigation product and has worked in the area of live investigation since 2002. He has also been the principal investigator on numerous research and development projects including security, wireless networking, intrusion detection, and training. He has co-authored a book on Mobile and Pervasive Computing, and has participated in DFRWS since its inception in 2001. He now serves as Senior Software Engineer at GrammaTech in Ithaca.
Researcher, Practitioner & Mentor
MITRE / Johns Hopkins University
Eoghan Casey supports forensic R&D at the DoD's Cyber Crime Center (DC3/DCCI), teaches at the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, and founded CASEITE, LLC. He has extensive experience using digital forensics in a wide range of investigations, including network intrusions with international scope. He is author of the widely used text book Digital Evidence & Computer Crime now in its third edition, is editor of the Handbook of Digital Forensics & Investigation, and is co-author of the Malware Forensics book series. He developed and teaches Mobile Device Forensics (SANS FOR563) and Advanced Smartphone and Mobile Device Forensics (SANS FOR585) courses. He is also the editor-in-chief of Elsevier's Digital Investigation journal.
Director of Digital Forensics
Brian leads the Digital Forensics team at Basis Technology to design and develop products and custom systems. He is the author of the book "File System Forensic Analysis" and developer of several open source digital forensic analysis tools, including The Sleuth Kit and the Autopsy Forensic Browser. Brian has a Ph.D. in computer science from Purdue University and worked previously for @stake as a research scientist and the technical lead for their digital forensic labs response team. Brian is on the committees of many conferences, workshops and technical working groups.
Chief Executive Officer
Digital Forensics Solutions, New Orleans, LA
Daryl Pfeif is drawn to emerging and useful technology like a moth to the flame. She attended her first Digital Forensics Research Workshop in 2004 and they haven't been able to get rid of her since. She is the co-founder of www.DigitalForensicsSolutions.com and has over fifteen years of experience as a communications technology consultant and lead project manager in both the public and private sectors.
Professor of Computer Science and University Research Professor
University of New Orleans
Golden G. Richard III is University Research Professor and Professor of Computer Science at the University of New Orleans and co-founder of Digital Forensics Solutions, LLC. He is the developer of Scalpel, a popular file carving application, and co-developer of DELV, a framework for distributed digital forensics. His research interests are in digital forensics, reverse engineering, and operating systems internals.
Associate Professor of Computer Science
University of New Orleans
Research Staff Member
Wietse is known for his software such as the TCP Wrapper and the Postfix mail system. He co-authored the SATAN network scanner and the Coroner's Toolkit (TCT) for forensic analysis, as well as a book on Forensic Discovery. Wietse received awards from the Free Software Foundation (FSF), the System Administrator's Guild (SAGE), the Netherlands UNIX User Group (NLUUG), the Information System Security Association (ISSA), as well as a Sendmail innovation award. He served a two-year term as chair of the international Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST).