This ICST conference is endorsed by EAI and organized in cooperation with the University College Dublin Centre for Cybercrime Investigation and with the technical cooperation of Create-Net.
This call for presenters is in addition to the call for papers. As opposed to research papers, the presentations will be focused on more applied topics. Presentation length should be from 1/2 to 1-hour. Presentations must be vendor neutral.
All presenter proposals should be submitted by filling out the Submit Presentation Proposal Form or the following information should be emailed to
before June 1, 2011.
Personal Information: 1) Name 2) Email Address 3) Title 4) Institution
Presentation Information: 1) Title 2) Description (250 - 500 words) 4) Format (presentation, interactive session, demonstration, etc.) 3) Resources Needed (if any) and 4) Intended Audience (choose from attendees above)
Presentation proposals will be reviewed, and based on the content and suitability, the decision to accept presentations will be made and speakers informed by June 15, 2011. Actual presentations should be submitted by August 1, 2011 for additional review.
Who Should Attend?
Business Applications of Digital Forensics
Civil Litigation Support
Cyber Crime Investigations
Malware & Botnets
Sexual Abuse of Children on Internet
Software & Media Piracy
Digital Forensics Techniques and Tools
Digital Forensics Process & Procedures
Cybercrime Investigation Management
Theoretical Foundations of Digital Forensics
Digital Forensics & Law
Mobile / Handheld Device & Multimedia Forensics
Digital Forensics Standardization & Accreditation
Cyber Criminal Psychology and Profiling
Cyber Culture & Cyber Terrorism
Information Warfare & Critical Infrastructure Protection