Final Call for Papers (Closes Friday 2 July 2010)
The 2010 Digital Forensics International Conference “Digital Forensic Cases, Tools & Techniques” September 6 & 7
The final call for papers closes 2 July for industry or academic papers examining digital forensic cases, tools and techniques.
AUT University Digital Forensic Research Laboratories is hosting two days examining the state of practice in the first week of September. Presentations are again invited from Practitioners and Researchers to bring together the best practice and innovation in the field. As Digital Forensics has differentiated from its Security and Computing roots rapid and path changing approaches are evolving that are contributing to standardisation, extraction & analysis techniques, and a better fit of the legal, managerial and IT worlds. The Digital Risk will not go away and is contextualised in the many voices of different practitioners, researchers and organisations.
You wish to be a part of these two days examining the current state of Digital Forensic practice ? – then please send in your abstract (150 words).
Presentations are accepted in three streams:
- Techniques: Mobile Devices, Extraction Practices, Preservation Skills, Network Forensics, Environmental Forensics, CCTV & Image, GPS
All presentations are first selected on the relevance of an abstract to one of the three streams. (email Abstract to: firstname.lastname@example.org before 2 July, Header: ‘Abstract’)
Presentations may be requested as:
- Refereed Academic Research Paper (Full Peer review process available)
Important Dates :
- Friday 2 July – Last Day for Abstract Proposals
- Friday 9 July – All presenters Notified of acceptance
- Friday 23 July – Last Day for Full Papers for Referees
- Friday 6 August – Referee Reports
- Friday 13 August – Last day for Published Papers
- Monday 6 & 7 September – Conference
Venue: AUT University, Faculty of Business Building, Auckland, New Zealand.