Call For Presentations & Workshops
is now CLOSED
All users and developers are invited to submit a presentation or workshop topic by June 1, 2015. This is a unique opportunity to present your work and experiences to over 400 people.
The conference will be attended by both digital forensic investigators and developers. This event is a great opportunity to make investigators aware of your tools, get feedback from users, meet fellow developers and users, and help direct the future of open source digital forensics software.
We are looking for talks on a variety of topics about using open source tools, including:
- New tools and analysis techniques
- New features to mature tools
- Open, plug-in analysis framework designs and experiences
- Automated analysis
- Hard drive analysis and triage
- Memory and network forensics
- Mobile device forensics
- Analyzing application-level artifacts
- Cyber incident response
- User experiences
- Case studies
We also have openings for half-day workshops on the day before the conference (October 27, 2015). The workshops should teach people how to use or develop open source tools by providing hands-on guidance.
The deadline for submissions has passed.
E-mail submissions2015 [at] osdfcon [dot] org with any questions.