DFRWS 2002 Program and Proceedings

The DFRWS 2002 Agenda below summarizes the 2002 Workshop's program of discussion and research. To learn more about the presenters and speakers who made DFRWS 2002 a success, visit the People section of our archived site. To view photos from the DFRWS 2002 proceedings, visit the Photo Gallery.

Tuesday, August 6th, 2002

7:00pm DFRWS Reception & Mixer
Sheraton University Hill
(2 hours)

Wednesday, August 7th, 2002

7:30am Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30am Welcome and Logistics
8:50am Introduction to DFRWS 2002
9:00am Keynote
Dr. Penrose (Parney) Albright OHS / OSTP
9:45am Workshops Primer
10:15am Presentation Session I: Standards & Methods
  • Eoghan Casey: Confronting Encryption in Computer Investigations: Practical Lessons (paper)
  • Warren Harrison: A Lessons Learned Repository for Computer Forensics (slides and paper)
  • James Lyle: NIST CFTT: Testing Disk Imaging Tools (slides and paper)
  • Michael Duren: Can Digital Evidence Endure the Test of Time? (slides and paper)
  • Brian Carrier: Defining Digital Forensic Examination and Analysis Tools (slides and paper)
1:40pm Group Workshop Session I (Parallel Themes)
  • Encryption (doc)
  • Training & Certification (doc)
  • Standards Testing (doc)
  • Trusted Time (doc)
  • Importance of Process (doc)
3:05pmPlenary Presentation of Theme Group Finding
4:45pm The International Journal of Digital Evidence (IJDE)
Dr. Gary Gordon & Dr. John Leeson
5:30pm Dinner (On your own)
Syracuse Block Party Night

Thursday, August 8th, 2002

7:00am Continental Breakfast
8:00am Presentation Session II: Current Challenges
  • Frank Adelstein: The Mobile Forensic Platform (paper)
  • Dario Forte: Analyzing the Difficulties in Backtracking the Onion Router's Traffic (paper)
  • Jesse Kornblum: First Responders Evidence Disk (paper)
10:00am Workshop Session II: Parallel Themes
  • Network Forensics (doc)
  • Operational Analysis (doc)
  • Digital Crime Scene (doc)
  • New OS Issues
12:30pmPlenary Presentation of Theme Group Findings
2:00pm Presentation Session III: Digital Forensic Research
  • Lt. Jacob Jackson: Steganalysis with a Computational Immune System: A Proposal (slides and paper)
  • Olivier De vel: Language and Gender Analysis of E-Mail Authorship for Computer Forensics (slides and paper)
  • Kulesh Shanmugasundaram: Automatic Reassembly of Document Fragments via Data Compression (slides)
  • Srinivas Mukkamala: Audit Data Reduction Using Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines (slides and paper)
3:40pm Workshop Session III: Parallel Themes
  • Approaches in Stegonography (doc)
  • Unique Identification & Profiling (doc)
  • Complex Recovery (doc)
  • Forensic Data Reduction
4:50pmPlenary Presentation of Theme Group Findings
7:00pm DFRWS Dinner
Sheraton University Hill
10:00pm Forensic Feud & Forensic Rodeo
Sheraton University Hill

Friday, August 9th, 2002

7:30pmContinental Breakfast
8:30pmSummary of Workshop Results and What's Next
9:30pmFunding for Forensic Research (Sidebar)
10:45pm Parallel Sidebars
  1. Applying DFRWS work to OSD Task Objectives (Auditing and Forensics)
  2. Getting Involved in DFRWS 2003
12:00pm Lunch Served
DFRWS Adjourned

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