THE ANNUAL ADFSL CONFERENCE ON

DIGITAL FORENSICS, SECURITY AND LAW

Program

The Conference program and schedule are as follows:

WEDNESDAY – May 15                                       

8:00AM – 9:00AM: Registration / Breakfast

9:00AM: Welcoming Remarks / Introductions - Conference Chair - Umit Karabiyik, Purdue University, Indiana

9:10AM: Keynote Speaker - Marcus Rogers, Purdue University, Indiana
AI’s impact on Digital Forensics: Will Skynet become real?

10:00AM: Paper Presentation - Oluwaseun Adegbehingbe, George Mason University, Virginia
Improved Decay Tolerant Inference of Previously Uninstalled Computer Applications

10:45: BREAK

11:00AM: Panel - TBA
Topic to Be Announced

12:00 LUNCH

1:10PM: Invited Speaker - Joseph Schwerha IV, California University of Pennsylvania
New Trends in Legal and Ethical Issues Surrounding Cybersecurity Management

2:00PM: Paper Presentation - Darren Hayes, Pace University, New York
Vehicle Communication within Networks – Investigation and Analysis approach: A Case Study

3:00PM Paper Presentation - Igor Korkin, Independent Researcher, Moscow
MemoryRanger Prevents Hijacking FILE_OBJECT Structures in Windows Kernel

4:00PM: RECEPTION

THURSDAY – May 16

8:00AM – 9:00AM: Registration / Breakfast

9:00AM: Keynote Speaker - Gary C. Kessler, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Cryptography, Passwords, Privacy, and the 5th Amendment

10:00AM: Paper Presentation - Bilge Karabacek, Franklin University
IOT Forensics Curriculum: Is It a Myth or Reality?

10:45: BREAK

11:00AM: Paper Presentation - Josh Stroschein, Dakota State University and Stephanie Slayden, University of Nebraska at Kearney
Cracking the Off the Grid Password Solution

12:00 LUNCH

1:00PM: Paper Presentation - Stephen Larson, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
A Forensic First Look at a POS Device: Confirming PCI DSS Compliance

2:00PM: Paper Presentation - Shinelle Hutchinson, Sam Houston State University
Forensic Analysis of Spy Applications in Android Devices

2:45: BREAK

3:00PM: Paper Presentation - Bertony Bornelus, Hongmei Chi, Florida A&M University and Hossain Shahriar, Kennesaw State University
A Novel Framework to Teach Hands-on Laboratory Exercises in Blockchains

4:00PM: Closing Remarks

4:15 PM CONFERENCE CLOSE

 

 

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