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icon DoD CyberCrime 2003 - Call for Papers25.09.2003. u 14:27 - pre 250 meseci
Call For Papers

Papers and presentations are now being accepted for the 2003 DoD Cyber
Crime
Conference event at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, December 8 - 12, 2003.
Papers and abstracts will be received and reviewed from August 22 -
September 15. Anyone can submit a paper for this conference.

WHAT IS THE CYBER CRIME CONFERENCE? This will be the third DoD Cyber
Crime
Conference. This year the conference is sponsored by the Defense Cyber
Crime
Center and the Joint Task Force - Computer Network Operations Law
Enforcement Counterintelligence Center. The DoD Cyber Crime Conference's
goal is to establish a multidisciplinary forum for information sharing,
team
building and the development of innovative debate on cyber investigative
and
electronic forensic techniques/technologies, and legal concerns.

WHO SHOULD SUBMIT? If you are developing practical solutions to problems
in
cyber crime investigations and analysis; data retrieval and analysis;
legal
problems, issues, or innovations; or problems related to infrastructure
protection; consider submitting a paper. We are looking for papers on
topics
including, but not limited to:

Security Tools
Anti-Virus Software
Malicious Logic
Network Mapping
Virtual Private Networks
Peer to Peer Applications
Cryptography
Open Source Analysis
Public Key Management & Digital Signatures
Data Warehousing
Network Security
Intrusion Detection, Prevention and Investigation
Information Assurance
Ports and Protocol Policy
Wireless Security
Electronic Forensics
Research and Development Methods and Sources
Laboratory Certification
Incident Response Planning
Law Enforcement Counterintelligence Center Database
Cyber Crime Investigative Training
Audio-Video Forensic Capabilities
Portable Forensics
Investigative Case Studies
Crime Laboratory Accreditation Program
Legal Issues to Web based Email
Threatening Email
Monitoring Government Systems and Networks
Monitoring Private Computers
Charging Computer Crimes
Steganography and Digital Watermarking
Forensic Tools
Sources of Digital Evidence
Forensic Analytical Methods
Forensics Protocols
Dealing with Storage Devices
Data mining and Link Analysis

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT A PRESENTATION, PLEASE NOTE:
To meet the goals outlined above, the DoD Cyber Crime Conference
Planning
Committee requests the following from selected speakers:

- If you are selected to speak, your presentation MUST be submitted by
November 1st, 2003 or you will be dropped as a speaker and an
alternative
will be put in your place.
- If your presentation discusses problems, also present suggested
solutions.
If no solutions exist please explain why they are not possible or
practical
and what you think the impact will be. If you present a solution to a
new
problem also explain what the weaknesses to the solution are, as well as
their impact on the problem.
- In your presentation paper please include a reference to all of the
tools,
laws, Websites or publications you refer to in your presentation. This
appendix will greatly help attendees who wish to learn more about your
subject, but are not sure where to start. This will be included on the
conference cd.
- If you want to present a "101" level course on a new technology or to
introduce a new issue, please label your submission
as such.
- We do not accept product pitches. If your talk is an advertisement for
a
new product or service your company is offering, please consider
participating in our exhibition.
- All presentations will be published after the conference. It is the
responsibility of the presenter to clear all copyrighted works with
their
respective owners.

SELECTION PROCESS: Paper Abstracts must be received no later than
September
15, 2003. We will contact you via email with a status report on final
selection of speakers by September 30, 2003. If your paper is not
accepted
to be presented, it will still be included on the conference cd provided
to
attendees.

LENGTH OF PRESENTATION: Unless otherwise noted presentations are 30
minutes
and 15 minutes for Q&A.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMISSION: Papers should be in Word or .rtf. They
should
be submitted to the following address:

EMAIL: [email protected]

Or a hard copy may be sent to:

DoD Cyber Crime Conference
% DoD Cyber Crime Center
911 Elkridge Landing Road, Suite 200
Linthicum, MD 21090

Note: All mailed papers must also include a disk with a digital copy.

CONFERENCE WEBSITE: www.dodcybercrime.com
 
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