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Are you teaching digital forensics? Do you have good practice that you would like to share with the digital forensics / cyber security community? If so, please consider sharing that with us at this event.

Please submit your title and talk abstract by completing this formLink opens in a new window.

Important dates

Presentation abstracts to be submitted by Friday 11th November 2022.

Notification of acceptance will be provided by Mondays 14th November 2022.

Workshop themes

Workshop / paper themes include but are not restricted to

  • Development of computer forensics as a discipline
  • Challenges in teaching computer forensics
  • Assessing computer forensics practical skills
  • Structure of computer forensics programmes
  • Computer forensics curriculum
  • Problem based learning in computer forensics
  • Teaching technical issues in computer forensics (hardware and software)
  • Development of case material in computer forensics
  • Cloud forensics
  • Big data forensics
  • Intelligent forensics
  • Being creative in computer forensics
  • Computer forensics futures
  • Accreditation and professional bodies
  • Professional standards
  • Computer forensics employability
  • Research in computer forensics