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DFMag Editor Chairs Digital Forensics Conference at Forensics Euro Expo 2013

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Thursday, 02 May 2013 18:54 Written by DFM News

After the closure of the UK Forensic Science Service, last year, it was recognised by professionals, that there was a dire need for an open forum that could bring all aspects of forensics together.

From this thought process; the Forensic Euro Expo was born. Focusing on not just one, but also all aspects of Forensics, from Accounting to Digital Forensics, the Expo was the first of its kind, and was destined to be a large event. Two individual conferences were held concurrently, one concentrating on Forensic Innovation and the other on Digital Forensics.

Digital Forensics Magazine Editor, Roy Isbell, was appointed chairman for day one of the Digital Forensic conference and delivered an introductory talk on the Evolution of Digital Forensics and its future. Using terms such as 'Ubiquitous Computing', Roy led the audience on a journey through the evolution of technology and explained how the "interconnected complexity of modern technology will increase with transport and intelligent buildings changing the way that we interact with our environment thus providing a richer, more complex scenario for the future of Digital Forensics."

Roy described the event, as a "qualified success" and a "learning experience for everyone including the event management team and the forensic vendors."

Over 80 organisations exhibited at the Event, including Nuix, Cranfield University, Cellebrite and many more, with talks from various industry professionals, focusing on four main topic areas - Evidence Retrieval & Analysis, Challenges in Mobile Forensics, Trends and Challenges in Computer Forensics and Research and Innovation.


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