Fwd: Journal of Digital Forensic Practice CFP Jun 26 2007 03:23AM
Gary Kessler (gary kessler champlain edu)
Hi all!

Another CFP...

>Journal of Digital Forensic Practice
>Submission Deadline: July 31, 2007
>The Journal of Digital Forensic Practice is a knowledge resource for practitioners of digital investigation, digital forensic science, electronic fraud investigation, and cyber crime and cyber terror investigation and analysis. Articles in the Journal are focused on applied issues and advancing knowledge through research with clear practical implications. The articles, targeting both the public and private sectors, present useful information, techniques, and unbiased reviews designed to assist digital investigative and forensic professionals in day-to-day practice.
>Topics covered include:
>· Tools and techniques
>· North American and international law and case law
>·Management and policy
>· Cyber terror
>· Digital incident response and post mortems
>·Digital video and audio forensics
>·Emerging digital forensic and investigative technologies, procedures, and techniques
>·Network forensics
>· Software forensics
>· Digital forensic and investigative training
>· Application of digital forensics to intelligence
>· Cryptography
>· Mobile devices
>· eDiscovery & Electronically Stored Information (ESI)
>Content also includes:
>· Book/product reviews
>·Guest editorials
>· Calendar of upcoming events, courses, and conferences
>Submission of Manuscripts
>Manuscripts for the Journal of Digital Forensic Practice should be submitted electronically to the journal via <>
fp. The manuscript should be prepared using MS Word. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyrighted material from other sources and are required to sign an agreement for the transfer of copyright to the publisher. Figures and tables should be supplied separately according to the Illustration guidelines below. All accepted manuscripts, artwork, and photographs become the property of the publisher.
>Submitted manuscripts will undergo a blind review process prior to being accepted for publication in the journal.
>For further instructions please refer to the journal?s website: <>http://www.tandf.c
>Marc Rogers
>rogersmk (at) exchange.purdue (dot) edu [email concealed]
>" There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact." (Sherlock Holmes ? The Boscombe Valley Mystery).

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