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CFSE 2017 - 9th IEEE International COMPSAC Workshop on Computer Forensics in Software Engineering

Date2017-07-04 - 2017-07-08


VenueTorino, Turin, Italy Italy



Topics/Call fo Papers

Computer forensics has been an emerging research area for IT-related professionals, researchers, and practitioners since the turn of the century. As we continue the research on how to collect and analyze digital evidence in an existing software/hardware environment, we also encourage the discussion on the "built-in" issues in how to design and build software/hardware applications with forensic awareness so that a more supportive environment for the purpose of computer/digital forensics is provided.
Theme and Scope of the Workshop:
The theme of the workshop is to advance research on a legal-activity-enforced cyber environment in an innovative way. We believe that to build forensics into software/hardware applications will help us more efficiently in collecting/identifying evidence of illegal activities, more effectively in preventing/detecting cyber attacks on critical infrastructure, and more confidently in preserving/promoting anonymity and privacy.
In addition to the study of "after the fact" issues on collection, examination, and analysis of digital evidence, it is critical to involve computer forensic readiness in an early stage of software/hardware application development, especially for a cyber-physical system with pervasive IoT devices. As the principles of the software engineering suggest, the effort to build forensics "by design" will make the cyberspace more supportive and cost-effective in a later forensic search and investigation.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Augmented and Virtual Reality Forensics
Big Data Forensics / Big Data Analytics in Computer/Digital Forensics
Business (Workflow) Process Forensics
Case studies in all related areas
Cloud Forensics / Fog Forensics
Code Authorship Analysis or Code-theft Detection
Compiler Forensics / Formal Methods in Forensic Computing
Cyber Security and Forensics
Education and Curriculum Development in the fields
Electronic Delivery and Fraud Detection
IoT, CPS, and Engineering Forensics
Forensic Readiness in Software Engineering / Forensics by Design
Forensic Testing / Cyber Crime Simulation
Forensics in Embedded and Real Time Systems
Game / Virtual World Forensics
Image Forensics / Information Hiding Technology
Legal, Ethical and Privacy Issues in Computing
Malware and Intrusion Detection and Penetration Testing
Next Generation and Evolution of Computer Forensics
SCADA / Critical Infrastructure Forensics
Social Computing Forensics
Software Application Forensics (Medical, Financial, Governmental, etc.)
Software Forensics and Profiling
System Software Forensics
Ubiquitous/Mobile/iPhone Forensic Computing
Visualization of Computer/Digital Forensics
Web Services/SOA/XML Forensics
Workflow/Business Process Forensics
Program Committee:
Yuki Ashino, NEC, Japan
Vinod Bhattathripad, G J Software Forensics, India
Rong Chen, Dalian Maritime University, China
Fred Cohen, California Sciences Institute, USA
Ryan Hankins, Dell, Inc., USA
Shuhui Hou, University of Science & Technology, China
Satoshi Kai, HItachi Ltd., Japan
Rethabile Khutlang, CSIR, South Africa
Chu-Hsing Lin, Tunghai University, Taiwan
Anyi Liu, Oakland University, USA
Masakatsu Nishigaki, Shizuoka University, Japan
Wei Ren, China University of Geosciences, China
Sean Thorpe, University of Technology, Jamaica
Michael Tu, Purdue University Calumet, USA
Ben Turnbull, Defense Science and Technology, Australia
Shih-Jeng Wang, Central Police University, Taiwan
Rongsheng Xu, Chinese Academy of Science, China
Chung-Huang Yang, Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan
S.M. Yiu, The University of Hong Kong, China
Hiroshi Yoshiura, The University of Electro Comm., Japan
Yanjun Zuo, University of North Dakota, USA

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