Robert Osgood

Title: Director

Director, Digital Forensics & Telecommunications Program
Network Forensics, Digital Media Forensics, Fraud and Forensic Accounting

Mr. Osgood recently retired from 26 years as an FBI agent specializing in Computer Forensics, Cyber-Crime, Enterprise Criminal Organizations, Espionage and Counter-Terrorism. In the course of his work he has performed computer forensics research and development and created unique new software tools for computer forensic law enforcement. He has also been employed as Project Director for ManTech Intl. Corp. working in the computer forensic intrusion analysis division. Mr. Osgood recently retired from 26 years as an FBI agent specializing in Computer Forensics, Cyber-Crime, Enterprise Criminal Organizations, Espionage and Counter-Terrorism. In the course of his work he has performed computer forensics research and development and created unique new software tools for computer forensic law enforcement. He has also been employed as Project Director for ManTech Intl. Corp. working in the computer forensic intrusion analysis division.Prof. Osgood retired from 26 years as an FBI agent specializing in Computer Forensics, Cyber-Crime, Enterprise Criminal Organizations, Espionage and Counter-Terrorism. In the course of his work, he has performed computer forensics research and development and created unique new software tools for computer forensic law enforcement. He has also been employed as Project Director for ManTech Intl. Corp. working in the computer forensic intrusion analysis division.

Prof. Osgood formed the first FBI computer forensics squad in 2000 and was part of the team that executed the first court authorized digital computer intercept. In addition, he is along with Prof. Jeremy Allnutt, the original designers of the CFRS Masters program at George Mason University.

E-mail: rosgood@gmu.edu