Glenn Dardick

Associate Professor of Cybersecurity
Security Studies and International Affairs Dept
Daytona College of Arts & Sciences

Areas of Expertise

Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity - X-Ways Forensics, MOBILedit, Guidance Software EnCase, Access Data FTK, others

Analysis & Design  - OOD, RAD, User Interfaces

IInternet Systems and Programming - IIS, e-mail, HTML, ASP, CGI, PERL, PHP, JavaScript, FrontPage, eCommerce applications, CMS, Joomla!, others

Programming - Visual Basic, Delphi, Toolbook Openscript, PL/1, COBOL, Fortran, others

Systems - Windows 95, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Vista, DOS, others

Applications - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, others

Database – MS SQL, MySQL, MS Access

Glenn  Dardick

Glenn S. Dardick has served in technical, managerial and academic positions in both public organizations and private enterprises.

Glenn S. Dardick is the founder and former director of the ADFSL (Association of Digital Forensics, Security and Law) where he also served as the Publisher of the quarterly Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law and has served as the chair of the annual ADFSL Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law.  He has also consulted with the Virginia Department of Education in the development of the infusion units for Cyber Security and Cyber Forensics for high school courses.

In 1995, as the CEO of a tax forms software development company, Glenn S. Dardick was a pioneer on the Internet creating an ecommerce and support website containing 30,000 pages of tax forms and instructions.

At IBM, Glenn S. Dardick served in the Corporate Financial Information Systems area at the Armonk, N.Y. Headquarters. Later, Glenn S. Dardick served at IBM’s Boca Raton laboratory on the original IBM PC development team negotiating several contracts for software products including the original PC operating system with Microsoft’s Bill Gates

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Business, Virginia Commonwealth University

  • CYB 235: Comp and Network Tech
  • CYB 235: Computer & Network Techn

HS155 - Foundations of Cybersecurity

HS235 - Introduction to Computers & Networks

HS335 - Information Security Tools & Techniques

HS365 - Introduction to Digital Forensics

MCMP510 – Practice of Cybersecurity

Kessler, Gary C., Dardick, Glenn S. and Holton, Doug (2017). "Using Journals to Assess Non-STEM Student Learning in STEM Courses: A Case Study in Cybersecurity Education", Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

Jones, A., Valli, C., Dardick, G. S., Davies, G., Sutherland, I., Dabibi, G. and Davies, G. (2010). “The 2009 analysis of information remaining on disks offered for sale on the second hand market”, Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law (JDFSL), 5(4).

Dardick, G. S. (2010). ”Cyber Forensics Assurance”. Proceedings of the 8th Australian Digital Forensics Conference 2010, Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley Campus, Western Australia.

Lau, L. K., Davis, C. F. and Dardick, G. S. (2010). “College Students’ Attitudes and Behaviors towards their Personal Financial Responsibilities”. 2010 American Institute of Higher Education - Proceedings, 4th International Conference, Williamsburg, VA.

Jones, A., Dardick, G. S., Davies, G., Sutherland, I. and Valli, C. (2009). The 2008 analysis of information remaining on disks offered for sale on the second hand market, Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology (JICLT),4(3).

Ngugi, Benjamin K., Vega, G. and Dardick, G. (2009). Lessons from Computer Intrusion at TJX, The CASE Journal, 5(2).

Ngugi, Benjamin K., Vega, G. and Dardick, G. (2009). PCI Compliance: Overcoming The Challenges,  International Journal of Information Security and Privacy, Volume 3

Keramati, A., Dardick, G., Mojir, N., and Banan, B. (2009). Application of latent moderated structuring (LMS) to rank the effects of intervening variables on the IT and firm performance relationship, International Journal of Applied Decision Sciences,2(2).

Jones, A., Valli, C., Dardick, G. and Sutherland, I. (2009). The 2007 analysis of information remaining on disks offered for sale on the second hand market, Int. J. Liability and Scientific Enquiry, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2009.

Dardick, G.S., Murtagh, E. and Beard, J.D. (2008). Handling the Computer-Based Child Pornography Case. Proceedings of the Annual Virginia Criminal Law Conference, Williamsburg, VA.

LaRoche, C., Dardick, G. and Flanigan, M., “Employee Blogs: Protected Speech or Grounds for Discharge?”, Journal of Business and Economic Research 2008. 6(2).

Dardick, G. S., Roche, C. R. L., & Flanigan, M. A. (2007). BLOGS: Anti-Forensics and Counter Anti-Forensics. Proceedings of the 5th Australian Digital Forensics Conference, Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley Campus, Western Australia.

Davis, C. F. and Dardick, G. S. (2007). Adopting technology for financial management responsibilities by college freshmen.  Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference of ASBBS, Las Vegas, NV.

Dardick, G.S., Murtagh, E. and Beard, J.D. (2007). Defending Computer Sex Crimes. Proceedings of the Annual Virginia Public Defenders Conference, Portsmouth, VA.

LaRoche, C., Dardick, G. and Flanigan, M., “INFOSEC: What is the Legal Standard of Care?”, Journal of Business and Economic Research 2006. 4(7).

Dardick, Glenn S. and Lau, Linda K., “Interdisciplinary Minor in Digital Forensics, Security and Law”, Proceedings of the ACM’s SIGITE Conference 2005.

Dardick, Glenn S. and Lau, Linda K., “Pandora’s Box: Demonstrating Viruses and Other Threats in Captivity”, Proceedings of the SEInforms Conference 2005.

Dardick, Glenn S. and Lau, Linda K., “Is the Tide Turning for IT Offshore Outsourcing”, Proceedings of the Global Outsourcing Conference 2005.

Dardick, Glenn S., "Optimizing Marketing and Support Costs.” A Better Channel, February 1993, pp16-19.

Dardick, Glenn S., Event Driven Executive Session Manager. IBM General Systems Division Technical Report TR54.109 IBM: Armonk, New York, 1979.

Glenn S. Dardick, Consultant, Ponce Inlet, Florida and Richmond, Virginia

Dozier Internet Law, Richmond, Virginia

In-house Consultant on Technical matters

Dardick Technology, Richmond, Virginia

Primary Shareholder, C.E.O. & President

CPSystems, Richmond, Virginia

CEO and President

CPSystems was a privately held software development and sales organization that developed the Laser Librarian tax software product as well as several payroll software products.  The company sold to a customer base of approximately 6000 CPA’s and other financial professionals.  The company also marketed its electronic forms to third party software developers. 

Circuit City Stores, Inc. - Richmond, Virginia

Director of Computer Marketing

DARDICK/Connecting Point (Little Systems Inc.)

CEO and President

Dardick was a sales, support & service organization specializing in corporate sales, networks and vertical markets such as computer aided design, legal time and billing, and desktop publishing.  The company marketed, supported, and serviced IBM, Apple, Compaq, Hewlett-Packard based products as well as Novell, 3Com, AutoCAD, Lotus, Aldus, Great Plains, WordPerfect, Ashton-Tate and Microsoft software products.  In August of 1989, the company was acquired by a publicly traded New York Stock exchange company via a merger transaction.

10/76 -8/81

Staff Systems Analyst, General Systems Division Laboratory in Boca Raton, Florida

Positions held were in the areas of advanced in-house technical systems development, Series/1 minicomputer development, and on the initial program development and marketing teams for the IBM personal computer. 

Dardick was responsible for the entrepreneurial development of the primary user interface for the EDX operating system of the Series/1 minicomputer.  Other responsibilities included sensor I/O interfaces and controlled access systems as well as a variety of other user interfaces and design aids.

As a member of the initial development team for the IBM personal computer, was responsible for negotiating with Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer of Microsoft the agreement to acquire several products including the MS-DOS operating system.  Dardick was also responsible for acquiring other products.


Programmer Analyst, Corporate Headquarters in Armonk, N.Y.

Certified Computer Examiner (CCE)

Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP)

VCU Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter Honoree

One of 4 Finalists for Richmond’s 2000 Breakthrough Technology Award

Named by Computer Retail Week as one of 21 executives who were shaping the PC retail industry (1991)

In 1987, accepted on behalf of Little Systems, Inc., trading as DARDICK, the top awards from ABCD, the Microcomputer Industry Association for reseller advertising in both print and radio

Finalist for Richmond's Entrepreneur of the Year in both 1987 and 198