Defense Strategies Institute’s Digital Forensics for National Security Symposium

Defense Strategies Institute is proud to announce the Digital Forensics for National Security Symposium occurring December 10 and 11 at the Mary M. Gates Learning Center in Alexandria, Virginia. DSI designed this symposium to focus on the theme “Integrating New Approaches to Digital Forensic Evidence Acquisition & Analysis.”

Hoboken, NJ, November 10, 2019 --( Attendees at this event will have the chance to hear briefs from senior level delegates that provide a deep dive into current/future collaborative efforts to develop & field new ways to combat digital attacks and ultimately, improve the offensive cyber capabilities of federal law enforcement & our nation’s Warfighters.

DSI’s team specializes in extensive research and development of the symposiums content and focus areas, and always assemble the most respected minds in the manufacturing and acquisition communities, as well as the key policymakers across military and civilian offices.

2019 Confirmed Speakers Include:
Dr. David B. Muhlhausen, Director, National Institute of Justice, DOJ
Glenn Krizay, SES, Director, Defense Forensics & Biometric Agency
SA Laukik Suthar, Acting Executive Assistant Director, Cyber Directorate, NCIS
John Pettus, Director, Collections Infrastructure Section, Operational Technology Division, FBI
Linda Grody, Unit Chief, RCFL National Program Office, Operational Technology Division (OTD), FBI
Dr. Cliff Wang, Director of Computer Science Division, Army Research Office, Army Futures Command

Matt LaVigna, President & CEO, National Cyber Forensics & Training Alliance

Topics will include:
- Using digital forensics partnerships between the military and federal govt. to improve cyber defense
- Ensuring the reliability of computer forensic tools
- Utilizing digital forensics for large-scale networks
- Improving forensic tool capabilities to ensure the integrity and retrieval of data
- Utilizing Digital Forensics to Ensure the Integrity of Investigative Data
- Fielding the most advanced digital forensics tools to help Soldiers see the cyber battlefield & the weapons being deployed there
- Designing ways to accelerate digital forensics analysis that significantly reduces the time necessary to process digital evidence
- Guiding the efficient and effective use of computer technology to investigate crimes at all levels of government
- Devising an all-in-one toolkit to combat cyber crimes
- Supporting national investigations into Internet criminal activities with state-of-the-art cyber investigative methods and forensic data processing techniques
- Enhancing digital forensic techniques to enhance SOF ability to recover key evidence from terrorist electronic devices
- Delivering superior digital forensics and multimedia (D/MM) lab services, cyber technical training to the Defense Industrial Base

Seating is limited –

To allow for actionable discussion and dialogue amongst speakers and attendees, seating will be limited. Register now to reserve your seat. Active military, government, and state personnel attend complimentary. Those interested in participating in the Digital Forensics for National Security Symposium can visit Defense Strategies Institute's website at

Anyone interested in learning more can contact Christopher Elliott at, 201-672-8745.

Symposium is closed to press / No Recordings
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Christopher Elliott