Forensics
CFP: AMCIS 2007 Mini-Track: Digital Forensics and its Role in Security, Law and Accounting Feb 11 2007 02:03PM
Glenn Dardick (gdardick dardick net)
AMCIS 2007 Colorado: http://www.biz.colostate.edu/amcis07/
TRACK: Security & Privacy
MINI-TRACK: Digital Forensics and its Role in Security, Law and
Accounting
DATES: August 9-12, 2007
LOCATION: Keystone, Colorado, USA
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Papers Due: Monday, March 5, 2007
Notification of Acceptance: Monday, April 16, 2007
Camera Ready Copy Due: Monday, April 30, 2007
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The areas of Digital Forensics and Cyber Law have expanded beyond the
prominent role they have traditionally played in law enforcement.
Digital Forensics now is becoming an integral part Information as well
as Accounting and Auditing. Cyber Law has grown to include areas such as
Electronic Data Discovery, Electronic Data Destruction, and Compliance.

Recent laws such as the Federal Information Security Management Act
(FISMA) and Sarbanes-Oxley, require both public sector and private
sector managers to protect information systems and assets. Appropriately
collecting digital evidence when an incident occurs is fundamental to
bringing perpetrators of computer related crimes to justice and
preventing future occurrences. An understanding of Digital Forensics
will be needed not just by college students entering the various fields
within technology, but also by those individuals entering business,
criminal justice, law, accounting and homeland security. Currently, many
professionals in those fields now seek to further understand the use and
management of digital evidence.

This Mini-Track will address research and curriculum in the related
disciplines and intersection of digital forensics, information
assurance, accounting and law.

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The mini-track will focus on:

1) The role of Digital Forensics in Information Assurance
2) Digital Forensics and Security and Risk
3) Digital Forensics and Compliance
4) Digital Forensic Accounting
5) International Issues in Digital Forensics
6) International Issues in Cyber Law
7) Electronic Data Discovery
8) Issues in Electronic Data Destruction
9) Digital Forensics, Network Forensics, and Homeland Security
10) Digital Forensic Curriculum
11) Governance Issues in Digital Forensics
12) Theory Building in Digital Forensics

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Co-Chair: Glenn S. Dardick (dardickgs (at) longwood (dot) edu [email concealed]) Phone:
(804)-402-9239
Co-Chair: David P. Biros (David.Biros (at) okstate (dot) edu [email concealed]) Phone: (405)-744-7156

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