InfoSec News: Call For Papers CFS NYC: Forwarded from: The Computer Forensics Show <fmanley (at) computerforensicshow.com>
CALL FOR PAPERS: The Computer Forensics Show
April 19-20, 2011 * New York City * NY
For some companies, it is not a question if one of their computers will
be used as evidence in a legal matter, it is a question of when.
THE COMPUTER FORENSICS SHOW IS THE "DON'T MISS" EVENT OF THE YEAR FOR ALL
LEGAL, ACCOUNTING, IT SECURITY, RISK MANAGEMENT, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT PROFESSIONALS
Forensic Trade Shows, LLC is proud to announce The Computer Forensics
Show, April 19-20, 2011 in New York City, NY.
The event will highlight exhibits from some of the leading companies in
the industry, complemented by a comprehensive conference program to
provide attendees with important information about the latest
technological advancement, ideas and practical information available
The Computer Forensics Show offers its speakers tremendous opportunities
for exposure and recognition as industry leader. Your session will
attract many technical professionals interested in learning from your
example, expertise and experience. In appreciation of your contributions
as a conference speaker, we provide the following benefits:
* Complementary speaker registration to the exhibition and full conference pass;
* Complementary session passes for your colleagues to attend your session
* Presenters will receive three promotional conference passes to promote their session.
Please visit our speaker page from this year's show at http://www.computerforensicshow.com/speakers_panels.htm.
There are 6 main tracks in the conference:
Forensic Accounting - Fraud, Financial Investigations, Compliance, Best
Practices, Litigation. Forensic accounting is the number one growing
field in accounting today.
Legal (A) - EDD, including Litigation and Best Practice Issues.
Legal (B) - Emerging Technologies/Litigation, Data/Records Management,
Reporting, and Privacy.
IT Security - For organizations that are just beginning to encounter
security issues and deals with more broad issues effecting organizations
IT Security Advanced Track - Encompasses more complex and in-depth
issues and can highlight the need for additional training.
Cyber-crime, Terrorism, and Information Warfare Track - Cyber crime and
terrorism as it relates to Homeland Security, public and corporate
policy, risk management, and the protection of our nation's critical
Additional classes will also be available to attendees:
Computer Forensics - CCFE Boot Camp - 3 Days
Cell Phone Forensics - 3 Days
C4SEM-CJ-103 Identity Theft-Fraudulent Documents
C4SEM-SEC-105 Cyber Terrorism - Security
The Show's Conference Department is asking industry executives to submit
brief abstracts on some current topics to be presented to attendees in a
solo presentation or as part of a conference panel. If you are
interested, please review the following guidelines and contact
information, and note the submission deadlines for the conference.
* Paper size - letter/8.5" width X 11.0" height.
* Margins - top/bottom/left/right - 1".
* Font - Times New Roman 11 point.
* Paragraph Spacing - single spaced.
* The submission should be sent in Microsoft Word.
The submission must include
* The Presentation Title
* Author Name(s) * Title * Company
* Speaker Contact Information: Address * Phone Number * E-mail Address
* Keywords (4-8 words)
* ABSTRACT* The presentation abstract should outline your
presentation and what attendees would learn. Please remember that
all the content must be strictly educational and marketing oriented
papers will not be accepted. The presentation has to be oriented
for: Accounting, Legal, IT Security, Risk Management, and Law
* BIOGRAPHY* The speakers biography should be 60 to 100 words in
paragraph form. These may include present position, titles, areas
of professional expertise, experience, research interests, major
publications, degrees, etc.
* Abstract and Biography information should not extend more than one
page and will be used for our Show Guide and Website if speaking.
Please do not hesitate to include additional material regarding your
presentation(s) for better evaluation.
The total presentation length is 75 minutes: speech ~ 50-60min; Q&A ~
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: January 15th, 2011.
Submissions will be evaluated for originality, significance of the work,
technical content, and interest to a wide audience. Speakers may also be
grouped into panels when there are overlapping topics of interest.
Submissions should be in Microsoft Word and sent to Conference
Coordinator at speaker at computerforensicshow.com. Please note that due to
the expected volume of submissions, Forensic Trade Shows, LLC will only
contact speakers who are selected.
By agreeing to speak, you grant one-time permission to Forensic Trade
Shows, LLC to retain and publish a copy of your presentation. The
copyright and all other rights to the presentation remain with the
author(s). All rights to and use of The Computer Forensics Show name and
logos are retained exclusively by its respective party.
A copy of the presentation materials should be submitted to us no later
than March 4th, 2011. It should be sent in Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt)
format on the Computer Forensics Show template that will be provided to
you prior to the conference. If you use any animation or active content,
please include that as well. For reliability and security purposes, all
presentations will be preloaded onto the presentation computers at the
Note: Substitutions for speakers are only allowed under emergency
circumstances, and tradeshow management must be immediately notified of
any changes. All participants are selected at the discretion of show
Suggested topics include:
Accountant Malpractice Claims
Anonymity and Proxies
Authentication and Access Control
Class Action Disputes
Computer Crime and Information Warfare
Corporate Risk and Security
Criminal Fraud and Deception Cases
Digital Forensic Case Studies
Digital Forensic Processes and Workflow Models
Digital Forensics and Internet
Digital Rights Management (DRM)
Employee Internet Abuse
Employment and Family Law Cases
Encryption and Decryption
Financial Investigations and Forensic Accounting
Forensics Accounting and the Internet
General Commercial Disputes
Insurance Claims and Digital Forensics
Integrity of Archival Data
Intellectual Property Claims
International Risk and Investigations
IT Security and Compliance
Legal, Ethical and Policy Issues
More General Criminal Cases
New Firewall Technologies
Portable Electronic Device Forensics
Privacy and Data Mining
Privacy issues in digital forensics
Privacy Leakage Case Studies
Security Education and Training
Smart Card Applications
Stylometric and Author Attribution
Terrorist Use of the Internet
Unauthorized Disclosure of Corporate Information
If you have any questions about The Computer Forensics Conferences,
please send us an e-mail to info at computerforensicshow.com.
If you do not wish to receive news e-mails about the show, please send
us an e-mail at remove at computerforensicshow.com.