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FW: ADFSL 2007 Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law Mar 19 2007 01:29PM
Glenn Dardick (gdardick dardick net)
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ANNOUNCEMENT / SCHEDULE
ADFSL 2007 CONFERENCE ON DIGITAL FORENSICS, SECURITY AND LAW
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We are pleased to announce our schedule for the 2nd annual ADFSL Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law that will be held on April 18-20, 2007 in Arlington, Virginia.

More information on the conference is available at the following URL:
http://www.digitalforensics-conference.org.

We are also pleased to announce that our first keynote speaker for this year will be Jim Christy, Director of the Defense Cyber Crime Institute (DCCI) at the Defense Cybercrime Center (DC3), and the 2003 recipient of the AITP Distinguished Individual Service Award (DISA). Our keynote speaker for Friday's session will be Alex Eckelberry, President of Sunbelt Software (more).
 
The tentative schedule is as follows:

The workshops and sessions will begin at 8:30am. A breakfast setup and registration table begins at 7:30am.

On Thursday and Friday, each paper is given approximately 45 minutes for presentation and discussion.  Presentations tend to be 20-30 minutes with approximately 15-25 minutes for discussion. In the past, because there is only one track for the conference sessions, the interaction is very good.

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The workshops on Wednesday April 18 are as follows:
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Room A - Workshop/Tutorial Chair: Glenn Dardick
* Preserving the Attorney-Client Privilege for Electronically Stored
Information in Civil Cases Under the FRCP and FRE: It's Not Easy
Jack Seward, Consultant
Michael D. Fielding, Blackwell Sanders Peper Martin, LLP
* LUNCH
* The Revised Federal Rules as a Defining Moment for Integrating Cyber
Forensics and Electronic Discovery
John W. Bagby, Professor of Information Sciences & Technology,
Co-Director, Institute for Information Policy College of Information
Sciences & Technology,
The Pennsylvania State University
* International Cyber prosecution from the Perspective of Local and
State Law Enforcement
Joseph J. Schwerha IV, Associate Professor,
Cal. U of PA,
Owner, TraceEvidence, LLC
Owner, Schwerha & Associates

Room B - Workshop/Tutorial Chair: David Biros
* Live Forensics
Chet Hosmer, Sr. Vice President and Chief Scientist
WetStone Technologies, Inc.,
a subsidiary of Allen Corporation of America
* LUNCH 
* TCP/IP Protocol and Investigative Tools
Gary C. Kessler, Associate Professor,
Director of the Center for Digital Investigation,
Program Director for Computer & Digital Forensics,
Project Director for Information Security,
Vermont Information Technology Ctr.,
Champlain College
* Fuzzy Hashing
Jesse Kornblum, ManTech SMA

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The schedule on Thursday April 19 that has been tentatively
scheduled is as follows:
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Session Chair: David Biros
* Monitoring and Surveillance in the Workplace: Lessons Learned? -
Investigating the International Legal Position
Verine Etsebeth, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
* The Evolution of Internet Legal Regulation in Addressing Crime and
Terrorism
Murdoch Watney, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
* Federal Rules and Digital Evidence for Digital Forensics Examiners
Gavin W. Manes, Tulsa University
* An Exploratory Analysis of Computer Mediated Communications on
Cyberstalking Severity
Stephen D. Barnes, Oklahoma State University
David P. Biros, Oklahoma State University
 
LUNCH
Keynote Speaker - Jim Christy, Director of the Defense Cyber Crime Institute (DCCI) at the Defense Cybercrime Center (DC3)
Introduced by David Biros

Session Chair: Jigang Liu 
* Guideline Model for Digital Forensic Investigation
Salma Abdalla Ibrahim Mohamoud,
Information Technology Industry Development Agency, Cairo, Egypt
* The General Digital Forensics Model
Steven Rigby, Brigham Young University
* The Gap between Theory and Practice in Digital Forensics
Joe Sremack, Managing Consultant, LECG
* Team Responsibilities for Digital Forensic Process
Salma Abdalla Ibrahim Mohamoud,
Information Technology Industry Development Agency, Cairo, Egypt
 
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The schedule on Friday April 20 that has been tentatively
scheduled is as follows:
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Session Chair: Gary Kessler 
* The Case for Teaching Network Protocols to Computer Forensics Examiners
Gary C. Kessler, Champlain College
* Education for Cyber Crime Investigators
David Greer, Tulsa University
* Textbooks for Computer Forensic Courses: A Preliminary Study
Jigang Liu, Metropolitan State University 
* Do Current Erasure Programs Remove Evidence of BitTorrent Activity
Andrew Woodward, Edith Cowan University
 
LUNCH
Keynote Speaker - Alex Eckelberry, President of Sunbelt Software
Introduced by Glenn Dardick
 
Session Chair: Il-Yeol Song
* Computer Geolocation Using Extracted Features
Chad M.S. Steel, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
* Defending Against Trusted Insider Use of Digital Steganography
James E. Wingate, Backbone Security
* Investigating Information Structure of Phishing Emails Based on Persuasive
Communication Perspective
Ki Jung Lee, Drexel University and Il-Yeol Song, Drexel University
* Towards Redaction of Digital Information from Electronic Devices
Gavin W. Manes, Tulsa University and David Greer, Tulsa University

 Glenn S. Dardick, Ph.D.
 804-402-9239
 804-680-3038 (FAX)
 gdardick (at) dardick (dot) net [email concealed]
 
 Assistant Professor of Information Systems
 Longwood University
 dardickgs (at) longwood (dot) edu [email concealed]
 
 Director, Association for Digital Forensics, Security and Law
 http://www.adfsl.org
 
 Editor, Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law
 http://www.jdfsl.org

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