Bradley Schatz is the Director of Schatz Forensic, a computer forensics firm based in Brisbane, Australia. Dr. Schatz received his Ph.D. in Computer Forensics at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in 2007. The primary subject of his doctorate, which was titled "Digital Evidence: Representation and assurance", was the role of representation in computer foresics.
In addition to being an active practitioner, Dr. Schatz is an adjunct Associate Professor at QUT, where he continues his program of research in computer forensics, supervises a doctoral student, and regularly lectures on computer forensics. His research focus lies in scalable approaches to analysing evidence and volatile memory acquisition.
Dr. Schatz has released one computer forensics tool, called pasco2, the purpose of which is to interpret the internet explorer index.dat file format.