International Conference… Cyber Crime.

 

 

Cyber Crime… is global problem.

Keeping up with our international theme at ICDF2C, we are proud to announce this year that ICDF2C 2013 will run in parallel to InfoSecurity Russia 2013.

The premiere information security industry event in Russia.

We are also proud to announce that starting with this year’s conference, ICDF2C is collaborating with the Journal of Digital Investigation, the leading international journal in the area of digital forensics and incident response.

In addition to the publication of the proceedings in the Lecture Notes of the ICST, the best research papers presented at ICDF2C 2013 will be expanded and peer reviewed for a special issue of the Journal of Digital Investigation.

Participants in the 2013 conference will be able to attend both the InfoSecurity Russia event and ICDF2C and hear the latest developments in both research and industry.

The conference provides a venue which offers chances for networking and high-quality training through expert speakers, state-of-the-art work from researchers all around the world, and tutorials on digital forensic techniques and methods of cyber crime investigation.

This ICST conference is endorsed by EAI.

SCOPE:

The Internet has made it easier to perpetrate crimes by providing criminals an avenue for launching attacks with relative anonymity.

The increased complexity of the communication and networking infrastructure is making investigation of the cybercrimes difficult.

Clues of illegal activities are often buried in large volumes of data that needs to be sifted through in order to detect crimes and collect evidence.

The field of digital forensics and cybercrime investigation has become very important for law enforcement, national security, and information assurance.

This is a multidisciplinary area that encompasses law, computer science, finance, telecommunications, data analytics, and policing.

This conference brings together practitioners and researchers from diverse fields providing opportunities for business and intellectual engagement among attendees.

ICDF2C 2013 – Crocus Expo, Moscow

Preliminary Program

Day 1 – 25th September, 2013

09:00

10:30

Session I: Cybercrime Investigations
Keynote speech: International Cooperation in the area of Cybercrime Investigation by Mr. Kunwon Yang,  Assistant Director of INTERPOL Digital Forensics Laboratory, INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation
Cybercrime investigations in the context of Russian Legal System [to be confirmed]

10:30

10:45

Coffee Break

10:45

12:15

Session II: Cyberterrorism & Cyberwarfare
Murdoch Watney
Determining when Conduct in Cyberspace constitutes Cyber Warfare in terms of the International law and Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare: a Synopsis
Esti Peshin
Regulating the Lawful Interception of Social Network Services: Current Trends

12:15

13:15

Lunch

13:15

14:45

Session III: Computer Triage and Preliminary Examination
Andrew Daniel, Farkhund Iqbal, and Ibrahim Baggili
Computer Profiling for Preliminary Forensic Examination
Fergal Brennan, Martins Udris, and Pavel Gladyshev
An Automated Link Analysis Solution Applied to Digital Forensic Investigations

14:45

15:00

Coffee Break

15:00

16:30

Session IV: Cloud Investigations
Lucia De Marco, M-Tahar Kechadi, and Filomena Ferrucci
Cloud Forensics Readiness: Foundations
Joshua James, Ahmed F.Shosha, and Pavel Gladyshev
Determining Training Needs for Cloud Infrastructure Investigations using I-STRIDE

20:30

23:00

Conference Dinner

 

Day 2: 26 September 2013

09:00

10:30

Session V: Fighting Cybercrime in Russian Online Banking – panel discussion (Moderator: Konyavki V.A.) – t.b.c.

10:30

10:45

Coffee Break

10:45

12:15

Session VI: Digital Forensics – Image Analysis

Martin Steinebach

FaceHash: Face Detection and Robust Hashing

Munkhbaatar  Doyoddorj, and Kyung-Hyune Rhee

Robust Copy-Move Forgery Detection Based on Dual-Transform

12:15

13:15

Lunch

13:15

14:45

Session VII: Digital Forensics – Digital Forensic Process

Thomas Kemmerich, Florian Junge, and Karsten Sohr

Towards a process model for hash functions in digital forensics

Joshua James, Pavel Gladyshev

Measuring Accuracy of Automated Parsing and Categorization Tools and Processes in Digital Investigations

14:45

15:00

Coffee Break

15:00

15:45

Session VIII: Child Abuse Investigations

Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar

Distinguishing the Viewers, Downloaders, and Exchangers of Internet Child Pornography by Individual Differences: Preliminary Findings

15:45

16:30

Session IX: Short Papers

Clive Blackwell, Aaron Greetham

Automating Incident Response with Visualisation and Alerting in Splunk

Deepak Gupta, Babu M. Mehtre

Mozilla Firefox Browsing Artifacts in 3 Different Anti-Forensics Modes

Alexei Dingli

Web page Extractor

Alexei Dingli

Child Abuse Image Detection

 

Day 3: 27 September 2013

09:00

10:30

Session X: Digital Forensic Artifacts
Asif Iqbal, Hanan Al Obaidli, Andrew Marrington, and Ibrahim Baggili
Amazon Kindle Fire HD Forensics
Prachi Goel, and Babu Mehtre
Forensic Artifacts of flareGet Download Manager

10:30

10:45

Coffee Break

10:45

12:15

Session XI: Digital Forensic Analysis Techniques
Neil Rowe
Identifying forensically uninteresting files using a large corpus
Frank Breitinger, Georgios Stivaktakis, and Vassil Roussev
Evaluating Detection Error Trade-offs for Bitwise Approximate Matching Algorithms

12:15

13:15

Lunch

13:15

14:45

Session XII: Data Carving and Classification
Martin Lambertz, Rafael Uetz, and Elmar Gerhards-Padilla
Resurrection: A Carver for Fragmented Files
Rainer Poisel, Marlies Rybnicek, and Simon Tjoa
Taxonomy of Data Fragment Classification Techniques

14:45

15:00

Coffee Break

15:00

15:45

Session XIII: Digital Forensics – Decryption Techinques
Shabana Subhair, Balan C, and Thomas KL
Forensic Decryption of FAT BitLocker Volume

15:45

16:45

Tutorial: Advanced Mobile Phone Forensics by Dr. Eogthan Casey (to be confirmed)

ICDF2C 2013 – Crocus Expo, Moscow

Final Program

Day 1: 26th September 2013, Thursday

10:00

10:30

Registration

10:30

11:30

Session I: Opening Session

Keynote speech by Mr. Kunwon Yang,  Assistant Director of INTERPOL Digital Forensics Laboratory, INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation
Keynote speech by Alexey Yakovlev, Assistant Director of the Digital Forensic Service of the Investigtative Committee of Russian Federation

11:30

11:45

Coffee Break

11:45

12:15

Session II: Investigations of Internet Crimes against Children

Kathryn Seigfried-Spellar
Distinguishing the Viewers, Downloaders, and Exchangers of Internet Child Pornography by Individual Differences: Preliminary Findings

12:15

13:15

Session III: Cyber terrorism & cyber warfare

Murdoch Watney
Determining when Conduct in Cyberspace constitutes Cyber Warfare in terms of the International law and Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare: a Synopsis
Esti Peshin
Regulating the Lawful Interception of Social Network Services: Current Trends

13:15

14:30

Lunch

14:30

14:45

Session IV: Computer Triage and Preliminary Examination

Andrew Daniel, Farkhund Iqbal, and Ibrahim Baggili
Computer Profiling for Preliminary Forensic Examination
Fergal Brennan, Martins Udris, and Pavel Gladyshev
An Automated Link Analysis Solution Applied to Digital Forensic Investigations

14:30

14:45

Session V: Decryption Methods for Digital Forensics

Shabana Subhair, Balan C, and Thomas KL
Forensic Decryption of FAT BitLocker Volume

16:00

16:15

Coffee Break

16:15

17:15

Session VI: Cloud Investigations

Lucia De Marco, M-Tahar Kechadi, and Filomena Ferrucci
Cloud Forensics Readiness: Foundations
Joshua James, Ahmed F.Shosha, and Pavel Gladyshev
Determining Training Needs for Cloud Infrastructure Investigations using I-STRIDE

16:15

17:45

Session VII: Short Papers

Deepak Gupta, Babu M. Mehtre
Mozilla Firefox Browsing Artifacts in 3 Different Anti-Forensics Modes
Alexei Dingli
Web page Extractor
Alexei Dingli
Child Abuse Image Detection

18:30

21:00

Conference Dinner

 

Day 2: 27 September 2013, Friday

10:00

10:30

Session VIII: Education

Boris Nikolayevich Korobets
Third-level cyberforeniscs education in the Russian Federation: experiences and hopes

10:30

11:30

Session IX: Image Forensics

Martin Steinebach
FaceHash: Face Detection and Robust Hashing
Munkhbaatar  Doyoddorj, and Kyung-Hyune Rhee
Robust Copy-Move Forgery Detection Based on Dual-Transform

11:30

11:45

Coffee Break

11:45

13:15

Session X: Digital Forensics – Analysis Techniques

Neil Rowe
Identifying forensically uninteresting files using a large corpus
Frank Breitinger, Georgios Stivaktakis, and Vassil Roussev
Evaluating Detection Error Trade-offs for Bitwise Approximate Matching Algorithms
Igor Yurievich Yurin
Forensics Assistant: capabilities & specific features of digital forensic software developed in the context of Russian legislation

13:15

14:30

Lunch

14:30

15:30

Session XI: Digital Forensics – Process

Thomas Kemmerich, Florian Junge, and Karsten Sohr
Towards a process model for hash functions in digital forensics
Joshua James, Pavel Gladyshev
Measuring Accuracy of Automated Parsing and Categorization Tools and Processes in Digital Investigations
 

15:30

16:30

Session XII: Data Carving and Classification

Martin Lambertz, Rafael Uetz, and Elmar Gerhards-Padilla
Resurrection: A Carver for Fragmented Files
Rainer Poisel, Marlies Rybnicek, and Simon Tjoa
Taxonomy of Data Fragment Classification Techniques

16:30

16:45

Coffee Break & Poster Session

16:45

17:45

Session XIII: Digital Forensics – Applications & Artifacts

Asif Iqbal, Hanan Al Obaidli, Andrew Marrington, and Ibrahim Baggili
Amazon Kindle Fire HD Forensics
Prachi Goel, and Babu Mehtre
Forensic Artifacts of flareGet Download Manager

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