ADFSL 2014 Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law
Venue: Richmond, Virginia USA
Dates: 28-29 May 2014
The ADFSL 2014 Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law
will be held on May 28-29, 2014.
The conference committee
call for papers and proposals is now closed.
The deadline for submissions was midnight EST, 15 January 2014.
Short briefing papers: A technology or a management
briefing on an aspect of digital forensics, information
security, and/or cyber law. Such papers will be presented by
the author in a round table discussion format at the conference.
These papers need not be extensive. Typical length is about
Research papers: A research question or an argument is
posed and subsequently conducted. Empirical work (quantitative
or qualitative) is necessary. Research papers will be presented
by the authors in a regular conference session. These papers
should be extensive. Typical length is about 5000-6000 words.
All research papers will be considered for publication in the
Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law (JDFSL).
Case Studies: Case studies are typically descriptions of
a given digital forensics situation. Names of
organizations/actors can be kept anonymous to maintain
confidentiality. Case studies will be presented by the authors
at the conference. Typical length is about 5000-6000 words. All
case studies will be considered for publication in the Journal
of Digital Forensics, Security and Law (JDFSL).
Student Scholar Track: Up
to six student papers will be selected for the Student Scholar Track. Of the six papers, one will be selected
for the Student Scholar Award. The primary author must
be present at the conference. To participate, the primary author
of the paper must be a student. The primary author must email
the conference chair and specify that they wish their submitted
paper to be considered for the Student Scholar track.
Panels: Panels and workshop proposals are welcome.
Typical length is about 1000 words long and covers a current
technology or a controversial issue.
The primary audience will include individuals who are interested
in developing curriculum and teaching methods as well as
conducting research related to the areas of digital forensics,
security, and law. This conference will be of value to both
academic and practitioner audiences.
All research papers and case studies are double blind peer
Instructions for authors may be found at the
papers from the conference will be considered for inclusion in
the following journal:
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE CONFERENCE CAN BE FOUND AT:
REGISTRATION INFORMATION IS POSTED AT:
The Chair of the conference is Dr. Glenn S. Dardick
Association for Digital Forensics, Security and Law
Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law