News and Events

January 19, 2012
Senior Security Researcher, Joe Sylve, speaks at the TechKnowledge e-Business Workshop

November 17, 2011
Digital Forensics Solution hosts a booth at Stennis Industry Day

November 5, 2011
Security researchers Andrew Case and Lodovico Marziale will be presenting at BSidesDFW

August 9, 2011
CTO Golden Richard and Security Analyst Andrew Case present at GFIRST 2011

August 4, 2011:
Security Analyst Andrew Case performs a 4 hour workshop at Blackhat Vegas

June 25, 2011
Security Analyst Andrew Case presents at the June NolaSec Meeting

June 15, 2011
Security Analyst Andrew Case presents Android Memory Analysis Research at SOURCE Seattle

May 24, 2011
Security Analyst Andrew Case's Memory Analysis workshop was accepted to Blackhat Vegas!

April 28, 2011
Security Analyst Andrew Case was on the PaulDotCom show

April 18, 2011
CEO Daryl and Security Analyst Andrew gave our 'Security & Forensics Bootcamp' presentation to the Elmwood Business Association

March 15, 2011
CTO Golden Richard presented on digital forensics to the Thomas More-Loyola Law School American Inn of Court

February 21, 2011
CEO Daryl & CTO Golden will be at the annual American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) meeting. Golden will be moderating the Digital & Multimedia Sciences session.

February 15, 2011
CTO Dr. Golden Richard is now part of the 2011 Digital Forensics Research Workshop (DFRWS) Technical Program Committee

February 12, 2011

February 10, 2011
CEO Daryl Pfeif was interviewed with Mark Lewis from the Louisiana Technology Council on the WWLTV segment 'Digital Gumbo' about password security

February 7, 2011
Senior Security Researcher Andrew Case has been accepted to present at the 2011 Source Seattle Conference

January 27, 2011
Digital Forensics Solutions exhibits at NASA's small business industry day

January 17, 2011
Andrew, Daryl, and Golden are heading to Blackhat DC for Andrew's presentation

November 20, 2010
Senior Security Researcher Andrew Case's talk "De-Anonymizing Live CDs through Physical Memory Analysis" was accepted to the Blackhat DC Briefings!