Cynthia A. Murphy, M.Sc.
With her 30+ years as a law enforcement officer and 17+ years working in Digital and Mobile Forensics, Cindy Murphy is well-known in the industry for her deep knowledge of the field, her many years of experience and for solving new and difficult problems on a consistent basis.
She is a certified forensic examiner and obtained her M.Sc. in Forensic Computing and Cyber Crime Investigation through University College, Dublin in 2011 where she completed her dissertation titled “A Multidisciplinary Approach to Child Age Estimation.” She has completed a great number of digital and mobile forensics training programs over the course of her career and has also participated in cross-training with computer forensic examiners from the FBI, Secret Service, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and An Garda Siochana (the police force of Ireland). Additionally, Cindy is a SANS Certified Instructor, EnCase Certified Examiner, and Certified Computer Forensics Technician.
Cindy has been teaching digital and mobile forensics since 2002 for various public and private teaching programs and has been involved in the development of curriculum for digital and mobile device forensics. She has helped to establish two separate digital forensics labs and networks in law enforcement and educational environments. Cindy has testified as a digital and mobile forensics expert in both state and federal courts on numerous occasions, has presented internationally on various digital forensics and cybercrime topics, and she frequently contributes articles, webinars, and whitepapers to the forensics community.
As President of Gillware Digital Forensics, Cindy Murphy oversees the entire operation at our digital forensics lab in Madison, WI. From the procedures and quality assurance measures employed in the processing of every case, to her work with our engineering team on advanced digital forensics tools and techniques, Cindy ensures that Gillware remains at the forefront of the digital forensics industry.
Prior to the creation of Ventura ERM, Domingo founded three companies focused on cyber security and created cyber security divisions for Unibanco, a $300B bank; Scanit Dubai, an IT consultancy (since acquired) and iSIGHT partners, a global leader in Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI). He led the investigation into the first online crime conviction in Brazil, and has worked in partnership with law enforcement to ensure the arrest of 200+ cyber criminals.
Domingo has trained and mentored numerous law enforcement agencies and military cyber divisions. He also taught specialized post graduate computer forensics courses in several universities and training centers across Latin America.
Felix Freiling is a full professor of Computer Science at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU). His general research interests are in the area of dependable systems and understanding the intricate relationship between safety and security. His specific research focus for a long time was on fault-tolerant distributed algorithms. Since about 10 years he is trying to understand computer security and forensic computing. He is member of the Steering Committee of the International Conference on IT Security Incident Management & IT Forensics (IMF) and was PC co-chair of the Digital Forensics Research Conference EU (DFRWS EU 2015) in Dublin, Ireland. He follows a strange email policy and is constantly trying to cover his traces: From 2002 to 2010 he worked at five different universities under two different names.