Open Source Digital Forensics Conference CFP Jan 11 2011 03:42PM
Brian Carrier (carrier digital-evidence org)
We're hosting another Sleuth Kit and Open Source Digital Forensics Conference. This year, we are allowing people to submit presentation ideas, will have some workshops before the conference, and will not have a schedule conflict with another digital forensics conference! The CFP is attached and submission ideas are due by Feb 14 (the complete presentation is not needed by then). See you in June.


2011 Sleuth Kit and Open Source Digital Forensics Conference

Call For Presentations and Workshops

The 2nd Annual Sleuth Kit and Open Source Digital Forensics Conference
will be held on June 14, 2011 in McLean, VA and we invite you to submit a
presentation. The conference will be attended by digital forensic
investigators and developers. This event is a unique opportunity to make
investigators aware of your tools, get feedback from users, meet fellow
developers, and help direct the future of open source digital forensics

We are looking for talks on a variety of topics about using open source
tools, including:
* Open, plug-in analysis frameworks
* Automated forensics
* Hard drive analysis and triage
* Analyzing application-level artifacts
* Mobile device forensics
* Cyber incident response
* Getting involved with the community
* User experiences
* Case studies

We are also looking for people who are interested in providing half- and
full-day workshops on the day before the conference. The workshops should
provide hands-on guidance for using or developing open source digital
forensic tools.

Submission Instructions

Topics can be submitted by e-mail to submissions2011 (at) osdfcon (dot) org [email concealed] and are due by February 14, 2011. To submit a presentation or workshop idea, e-mail the following

Description of presentation or workshop:
Are the authors developers or users of the tools that are discussed:
Is this targeted towards users or developers:
Duration (45-minute presentation, half-day workshop, or full-day

About the Conference

The mission of the Sleuth Kit and Open Source Digital Forensics Conference
is to create a forum where developers and users of open source digital
forensics software can learn and interact. One of the benefits of open
source software in digital forensics is that an investigator can examine
how a tool works and better testify to it. See for more information on finding open source

The first conference was held in 2010. Basis Technology has organized both
conferences and Brian Carrier (author of The Sleuth Kit) has been the
conference chair. This years conference will be held at the Hilton McLean
Tysons Corner hotel.

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