International Conference on CyberCrime and Computer Forensic 2013 -
'One Digital World, Many Digital Crimes'
25-28 August 2013, Hong Kong
Co-organised by: City University of Hong Kong and Chinese University of Hong Kong
Technology related crime is an ever growing problem with increased application of mobile technology. Costs of cybercrime is estimated to run into USD100 billions a year worldwide. International conference on Cybercrime and Computer Forensic 2013 'ICCCF2013' aims to bring together researchers and practitioners of cybercrime and computer forensic to exchange and discuss idea how to reduce costs of such crime to the society.
ICCCF 2013 is a timely platform to discuss these pressing issues on cybercrime and computer forensic. ICCCF 2013 will be held in Hong Kong, a cosmopolitan city and a melting pot, on 25–28 August 2013. The three-day conference will feature many research/original papers, as well as paper from emerging issues. In addition, the organizer of ICCCF 2013 is also working on a one day mobile-phone forensic workshop by a leading mobile-phone forensic software vendor for invited attendee only. The conference proceedings will be in electronic media and abstracts will be in printed format. Accepted exceptional paper will be invited to submit their full research paper for a blind peer review and publication in a special issue for ICCCF 2013 in a world leading criminological journal (the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology), IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security Journal. Additionally, exceptional Chinese language based scholars and authors are invited to submit their full research paper after their oral presentation at the ICCCF 2013 conference and to publish in a special Chinese language monograph.