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  • DFRWS EU 2015 Call for Participation

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    DFRWS, organizers of the longest-running research conference in digital forensics, invite you to participate in the second annual DFRWS EU conference, held from March 23 to 26, 2015 in Dublin, Ireland (http://www.dfrws.org/2015eu/index.shtml).

    With a strong tradition of presenting cutting-edge research and tools, the conference brings together dedicated practitioners and researchers to address the emerging challenges in our field. DFRWS is a widely recognized catalyst for innovation: past conferences have showcased ground-breaking advances in memory analysis, fragmented file carving and flash memory reconstruction, along with a host of other technologies and techniques.
    The DFRWS EU Keynote speakers this year are:

    • Mr. Chris Ashton, Director of Spectrum Engineering at Inmarsat
      The Search for MH370: Lessons from Inmarsat’s Flightpath Reconstruction Analysis
    • Mr. Troels Oerting, Group CISO of Barclays Bank Plc, Former Head of European Cyber Crime Centre (EC3) at Europol

    Invited speaker is:

    • Mikael Lindström (European Cyber Crime Center, EC3)

    The 2015 DFRWS EU conference will offer several hands-on tutorial sessions, led by preeminent forensic researchers and developers, and free to all registered attendees. Two tracks of workshop sessions will be offered on Monday March 23rd. These sessions include incident response, the digital forensics framework, memory forensics and common criteria for digital forensics experts. For full details and tutorial topics and times, please see:http://dfrws.org/2015eu/program.shtml

    DFRWS EU 2015 activities will take place in two locations. Pre- and post- conference workshops are being held at the main conference hotel Hilton DoubleTree at Burlington Road, while the main track of the conference is being held at the University College Dublin’s O’Brien Centre for Science. Free bus transportation from the hotel to conference (in the mornings and in the evening) is provided during the main track of the conference. Please see:


    Early registration for the conference ends February 28th, 2015. Registration includes access to all presentations, a copy of the printed proceedings, breakfasts, the welcome reception on March 23rd, and the famous rodeo challenge. Additionally, attendees registered for the whole conference may attend a banquet on March 25th. Register now at:


    to enjoy the best conference value in digital forensics. Discounts are available for Law Enforcement and student attendees.

    As the most established forum in the field, DFRWS is the preferred place to present the latest research and perspectives on best practices for all aspects of digital forensics. The blend of practitioners, researchers and tool developers at the conference presents a unique environment for collaboration and knowledge-sharing. Please go to:


    for details about this year’s speakers and research presentations.

    The conference venue will offer a location near the coffee breaks where posters can be exhibited to show initial research results, or demonstrate new forensic tools and technology. The deadline for demo and poster proposals has been extended and you can sign up to do a demo or present a poster by sending email to:

    Lastly, a reminder that the global DFRWS 2015 Forensics Challenge is still open to competitors. The submission deadline is May 30, 2015. For details, please visit:


  • The Researchgroup E-Discovery wish you a happy and inspired 2015

    At April 23th the 6th Symposium E-Discovery in the Netherlands will be held in Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam. We hope to see you there.

  • DFRWS EU 2015, March 23-26

    The DFRWS-EU Conference that will be held in Dublin, Ireland on the 23-26 March 2015.
    The DFRWS is dedicated to the advancement of digital forensics research through open sharing of knowledge and ideas. Ever since it organized the first open workshop in 2001, the DFRWS continues to bring academics and practitioners together in an informal environment. DFRWS conferences publicize and discuss high quality research outcomes selected in a thorough peer review process.
    In recent years, DFRWS conferences have added practitioner presentations and hands-on tutorials taught by leading experts in the fields.
    The continued expansion of DFRWS-EU conferences is intended as a focal point for the European digital forensic community, allowing practitioners and researchers to meet and exchange ideas without the need for transatlantic travel. The proceedings of DFRWS-EU 2015 will be published on the DFRWS Website as well as in a special issue of Elsevier’s Digital Investigation journal.

    After the succesful first DFRWS-EU2014 conference in Amsterdam, the second DRFWS congress in Europe (DFRWS-EU) will be from May 23 till 26, 2014 held in Dublin (Ireland). Call for Papers is open now.

    Important Dates:
    Papers / Panels: September 22, 2014
    Presentation abstracts: September 22, 2014
    Demos and posters: January 12, 2015
    Workshop proposal: October 20, 2014

    See the full CFP: http://www.dfrws.org/2015eu/cfp.shtml


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