About Eoghan Casey
Dr. Eoghan Casey is an internationally recognized expert in digital forensics and data breach investigations. For over a decade, he has dedicated himself to advancing the practice of digital forensic science. He is a Lead Cyber Security Engineer at The MITRE Corporation, developing new capabilities for extracting and analyzing digital evidence associated with smartphones and network attacks. Since 2004, he has been Editor-in-Chief of Digital Investigation: The International Journal of Digital Forensics & Incident Response, publishing cutting edge work by and for practitioners and researchers. He is also a member of the IT/Multimedia Scientific Area Committee of the Organization for Scientific Area Committees.
In his prior work at cmdLabs and as Director of Digital Forensics and Investigations at Stroz Friedberg, he maintained an active docket of cases and co-managed technical operations in the areas of digital forensics, cyber-crime investigation and incident handling. He has also helped organizations handle security breaches and analyzes digital evidence in a wide range of investigations, including network intrusions with international scope. He has testified in civil and criminal cases, and has submitted expert reports and prepared trial exhibits for computer forensic and cyber-crime cases.
Dr. Casey wrote the foundational book Digital Evidence and Computer Crime, now in its third edition, and he created Smartphone Forensics courses taught worldwide. He has also coauthored several advanced technical books including Malware Forensics, and the Handbook of Digital Forensics and Investigation. Dr. Casey received his Ph.D. from University College Dublin, and has taught digital forensics at the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute. He helps organize the DFRWS.org conferences each year, and is on the DFRWS Board of Directors.
Digital Evidence and Computer Crime
After six years of work, the expanded and updated third edition of Digital Evidence and Computer Crime: Forensic Science, Computers and the Internet is now complete. The 800 printed pages and one online chapter cover the methods and tools relevant to incident responders, forensic analysts, police and lawyers.