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Cyberspace is becoming increasingly central to the basic function of modern society. Cybercrime and cyber warfare have emerged as major threats to the integrity of digital information and to the functioning of cyber-controlled physical systems. Such threats have direct consequences for almost all individuals, businesses and organizations, government institutions, and civic processes.
Digital forensics and cybercrime investigations are multidisciplinary areas that encompass law and law enforcement, computer science and engineering, IT operations, economics and finance, data analytics and criminal justice. ICDF2C brings together researchers and practitioners from all these areas in order to scientifically address the numerous challenges due to the rapid increase in the amount and variety of data under investigation, as well as the growing complexity of both the threats and the targeted systems.
Major topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
2017 – Prague, Czech Republic
2016 – New York City, United States
2015 – Seoul, South Korea
2014 – New Haven, Connecticut, United States
2013 – Moscow, Russia
2012 – Lafayette, Indiana, United States
2011 – Dublin, Republic of Ireland
2010 – Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
2009 – Albany, New York, United States