DFRWS 2003 Program and Proceedings

The DFRWS 2003 Agenda below summarizes the 2003 Workshop's program of discussion and research. For further information about the presenters and speakers who made DFRWS 2003 a success, visit the People section. To download all available papers, presentations and exhibits from Workshop, visit the Presentations section. For event photos from the DFRWS 2003, visit the Photo Gallery.

Wednesday, August 6th, 2003

7:30am Breakfast
9:00am Introduction
9:20am Keynote
Peter Stephenson: "Putting the Horse in Front of the Cart"
10:00am Plenary Sessions
Sarah Mocas: "Building Theoretical Underpinnings for Digital Forensics Research"
10:30am Break (10 minutes): Refreshments Served
10:40am Chet Hosmer: "Discovering Covert Digital Evidence"
11:10am Olivier DeVel: "File Classification Using Sub-Sequence Kernels"
12:10pm Lunch
1:00pm Joe Sremack: "Cross-Validation of Filesystem Layers for Computer Forensics"
1:30pm Benjamin M. Rodriquez: "An Improved Raw Quick Pairs Blind Steganalysis Method"
2:00pm Group Sessions
2:15pm Challenges
  • Group A: Digital Forensic Science
  • Group B: Digital Forensic Practice
3:45pm Break
4:00pm Group Presentations
5:30pm End of Day
6:00pm Introduction to Stegonography Investigation
Hosted by Jack Seward and Wetstone Technologies
Free to Registered Paid Attendees (Two Hours)

Thursday, August 7th, 2003

7:30am Breakfast
9:00am Introduction
9:20am Keynote
Troy Larson: "Competence and Community"
10:00am Plenary Sessions
Eoghan Casey: "Forensic Network Analysis Tools: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Future Needs"
10:30am Break (10 minutes) Refreshments Served
10:40am Kulesh Shanmugasundaram: "ForNet: A Distributed Network Forensics System"
11:10am R. Chandramouli: "Detecting Covert Communications on the Internet: Some Challenges and Solutions"
12:10pm Lunch
1:00pm Thomas Daniels: "A Functional Reference Model of Passive Network Origin Identification"
1:30pm Group Sessions
1:45pm Panel Discussion
Digital Forensic Law
3:15pm Break
3:30pm Panel Discussion
Digital Forensic Tools and Technology
5:00pm End of Day
6:00pm DFRWS Dinner followed by Forensic Games

Friday, August 8th, 2003

7:30am Breakfast
9:00am Wrap-up
9:15am The International Institute for Digital Forensic Studies
Mission, Goals & Discussion
Peter Stephenson
10:00am Exhibits & Poster Sessions
11:30am DFRWS 2004 Announcements & sLunch

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