The 8th EAI International Conference on Digital Forensics & Cyber Crime (ICDF2C 2016), will take place in New York City, USA on 28-30 September, 2016.
As the Internet has made it easier to perpetrate crimes by providing criminals an avenue for launching attacks with relative anonymity and the increased complexity of the communication and networking infrastructure is making investigation of cybercrimes difficult, the field of digital forensics and cybercrime investigation has become very important for law enforcement, national security, and information assurance.
This year, in the light of these changes, ICDF2C 2016, wants to embrace two themes: Usage and implications of machine learning in digital forensic and Big data and digital forensics. Authors are encouraged to submit papers relating to these themes and also to the following topics of interest:
- Anti Forensics and Anti-Anti Forensics;
- Big Data and Digital Forensics;
- Business Applications of Digital Forensics;
- Civil Litigation Support;
- Cloud Forensics;
- Cyber Crime Investigations;
- Data hiding and steganography;
- Database Forensics;
- Digital Forensic Science;
- Incident Response;
- Information Warfare & Critical Infrastructure Protection;
- Law Enforcement and Digital Forensics;
- Machine learning and Digital Forensics;
- Malware & Botnets;
- Mobile / Handheld Device & Multimedia Forensics;
- Money Laundering;
- Network forensics;
- New chip-off techniques;
- Novel Digital Forensics Training programs
- Online Fraud.
To see more topics, click here.
If you are interested in learning about dealing with large amount of data during investigations, you have an opportunity to join the NUIX workshop on September 28 at the EAI International Conference on Digital Forensics & Cyber Crime in New York to find out how!
This session will dive into the following topics:
- Custom Processing,
- Search and Tag,
- Nuix Management Console,
- Defensible Deletion,
- Encrypted NSFs,
- Nuix Web Review and Analytics,
- Item clustering,
- Context (Incident Response),
- Tiered Reports,
- Email Threading.
Research papers will be published in the Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law (JDFSL). JDFSL is an open access journal with a solid indexing including Thomson Reuters ISI Web of Science. Accepted papers will be indexed in: a) Google Scholar b) DBLP c) ProQuest d) EBSCO Host just to name a few. Articles will be available for readers online at no cost given the open access nature of the journal. Accepted papers will be published in a special issue of the Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law. Best papers will be considered for publication in the EAI Transactions on Security and Safety.
Submissions: industry talks, panel discussion, workshops & tutorials:
Submissions can be made in a number of categories: Completed research papers, research-in-progress papers, industrial talks, panel and tutorial proposals, and round table discussions. Please follow the following guidelines in preparing your submission.
- Industrial Talk: Typically a 1,000 word description of the proposed talk. All talks must be vendor neutral.
- Round Table Discussion: Typically a 1,000 word synopsis of the topic area.
- Panel Proposals: Typically a 1,000 word description, identifying the panelists to be involved.
- Tutorial Proposals: Typically a 1,000 word description of topic(s), potential speakers, program length, and potential audience. Also, include proposer resume(s).
All proposals should be submitted to the general chairs (FBreitinger, IBaggili at newhaven.edu).du).
Submission deadline: 1 August 2016
Notification of Acceptance: 10 August 2016
Registration Opens: 18 July 2016
Camera-ready deadline: 1 August 2016
For more information about ICDF2C 2016, visit the conference official website.