Golden Richard III



CSE Office: 3272X Patrick F. Taylor Hall

CCT Office: 2020 Digital Media Center

Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

Phone: 225 578 2624


Educational Background

Ph.D. in Computer Science, The Ohio State University, 1994.

M.S. in Computer Science, The Ohio State University, 1991.

B.S. in Computer Science (honors), minor in Philosophy, University of New Orleans, 1988.

Research Interests

Digital forensics, memory forensics, reverse engineering, malware analysis, operating systems


Teaching Responsibilities

CSC 4700 Reverse Engineering and Malware Analysis


Selected Publications

B. Saltaformaggio, R. Bhatia, X. Zhang, D. Xu, G. G. Richard III, “Screen after Previous Screens: Spatial-Temporal Recreation of Android App Displays from Memory Images,” Proceedings of the 2016 USENIX Security Symposium, August 2016, Austin, TX.

A. Ali-Gombe, G. G. Richard III, I. Ahmed, V. Roussev, “Don’t Touch that Column: Portable, Fine-Grained Access Control for Android’s Native Content Providers,” Proceedings of the 9th ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks (WiSec), July, 2016, Darmstadt, Germany.

A. Case, G. G. Richard III, "Detecting Objective-C Malware through Memory Forensics," Proceedings of the 2016 Digital Forensics Research Conference (DFRWS), Best Paper Award, August 2016, Seattle, WA.

J. Sylve, V. Marziale, G. G. Richard III, "Pool Tag Quick Scanning for Windows Memory Analysis," Proceedings of the 2016 Digital Forensics Research Conference (DFRWS-EU), March 2016, Lausanne, Switzerland.

A. Ali-Gombe, I. Ahmed, G. G. Richard III, V. Roussev, "OpSeq: Android Malware Fingerprinting," Proceedings of the 2015 Program Protection and Reverse Engineering Workshop (PPREW), collocated with ACSAC 2015, Los Angeles, CA.

G. G. Richard III, A. Case, "In Lieu of Swap: Analyzing Compressed RAM in Mac OS X and Linux," Proceedings of the 2014 Digital Forensics Research Conference (DFRWS 2014), Best Paper Award, August 2014, Denver, CO.


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