Chad Steel

Adjunct Professor

 
Mr. Steel has been in the digital forensics field for over 20 years.  He wrote the seminal book on Windows forensics in 2006, and has conducted hundreds of digital forensics examinations.  He currently performs digital behavioral analysis work, combining both psychology and digital evidence to inform everything from criminal investigations to insider threat matters.  His current areas of active research are online crimes against children and digital profiling.

Credentials:
ABD in Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
MS in Forensic Psychology, Arizona State University
MS in Computer Engineering, Villanova University
BS in Computer Engineering, Villanova University

Courses:
Digital Forensics Profilling (Fall)