Event Date/Time: Jan 19, 2009 End Date/Time: Jan 21, 2009
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Description

Electronic telecommunications, information technology, consumer devices
and sophisticated software are creating new opportunities for both criminals
and forensic investigators. The aim of this conference is to bring together
state of the art research contributions in the development of tools, protocols
and techniques which assist in the investigation of potentially illegal activity
associated with electronic communication and electronic devices.
Investigative practice and requirements for presentation of evidence in court
are to be considered key underlying themes. This might include discovery,
analysis, handling and storage of digital evidence; meeting the legal burden
of proof; and the establishment of the forensic chain of evidence.
Technical papers describing original, previously unpublished research, not
currently under review by another conference or journal, are solicited.
Technical papers which clearly identify how the specific contributions fit to
an overall working solution are particularly of interest.
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Voice over IP call tracing and intercept
• Records tracing and data mining
• Fraud management in commercial transactions
• Techniques for addressing identity theft
• Geo-location techniques for cellular, ad-hoc, wireless and IP
network communications
• Distributed data association across massive, disparate database
systems
• Data carving
• Multimedia source identification
• Image tamper identification
• Image association and recognition
• Motion analysis
• Voice analysis
• Watermarking and applications
• Transaction tracking
• Digital evidence gathering, storage and handling protocols
• General papers on electronic security will be considered where
there is a clear application to the underlying topic of forensic
investigation
.

STEERING COMMITTEE
Imrich Chlamtac (Chair)
CREATE-NET, Italy
Matthew Sorell
Peter Ramsey
University of Adelaide, Australia
Jill Slay
University of South Australia
Richard Leary
Forensic Pathways Ltd, UK
Gale Spring
RMIT University, Australia
GENERAL CHAIR
Matthew Sorell
University of Adelaide, Australia
LOCAL CHAIR
Peter Ramsey
University of Adelaide, Australia
PUBLICITY CHAIR
Gale Spring
RMIT University, Australia
CONFERENCE COORDINATOR
Tibor Kovacs
ICST
TECHNICAL PROGRAM
COMMITTEE
Chang-Tsun Li (Chair)
University of Warwick, UK
Ahmed Bouridane
Queen's University Belfast, UK
Anthony TS Ho
University of Surrey, UK
Barry Blundell
South Australia Police, Australia
Carole Chaski
Institute for Linguistic Evidence, USA
Che-Yen Wen
Central Police University, Taiwan
Der-Chyuan Lou
National Defense University, Taiwan
François Cayre
GIPSA-Lab / INPG, Domaine
Universitaire, France
Hae Yong Kim
Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil
Henrik Legind Larsen
Aalborg University, Denmark
Hongxia Jin
IBM Almaden Research Center, USA
Huidong Jin
Nationa ICT Australia
Javier Garcia Villalba
Complutense University of Madrid,
Spain

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