DFRWS 2007 Sponsors

Air Force Research Laboratory

Signs and Name Badges
The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, dedicated to leading the discovery, development, and integration of technologies, donated name badges, signs, and other materials to DFRWS 2007.

CERT

Day 1 Breaks
CERT is the home of the CERT Coordination Center and located at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute. It studies internet security vulnerabilities, researches long-term changes in networked systems, and develops information and training to help improve security.

Elsevier

Day 2 Lunch
For more than 125 years, Elsevier has been a publisher of electronic and print journals, monographs, textbooks and reference works that cover the health, life, physical and social sciences.

Stroz Friedberg, LLC

Welcome Reception
Consulting and technical services firm, Stroz Friedberg specializes in computer forensics, cyber-crime response, private investigations, and the preservation and analysis of data.

Taylor & Francis

Day 1 Lunch
Taylor & Francis is the oldest commercial journals publisher in the world and publishes over 900 peer-reviewed research journals including the Journal of Digital Forensic Practice.

WetStone

DFRWS 2007 Banquet
WetStone provides eInvestigation, eForensics and eCompliance solutions to Federal and local Law Enforcement agencies and Corporate Investigators around the world.

Prize Donations

Books for the Forensic Rodeo and Forensic Challenge prizes for DFRWS 2007 were kindly donated by the following companies:

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