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This conference focuses on all aspects of cybercrime and incident response including intrusion investigations, cyber crime laws, digital evidence, information assurance, as well as the research, development, testing, and evaluation of digital forensic tools.


The goal is to prepare attendees for the new cybercrimes of today and the near future. Speakers will discuss new approaches and new perspectives.


This event will be held in Sydney on May 19th & 20th, 2011. It focuses on bringing together cybercrime experts, forensic scientists and other cyber experts primarily working in the field of Information Security and Criminology as well as other allied subjects.


The event will demonstrate the latest advances in the field cyber - organized crime and will discuss cybercrimes, digital evidence, fraud in cyberspace, cyber security, infringement and enforcement of IPRs and internet jurisdictional issues.


On behalf of the organizing Committee, we sincerely invite you to attend the conference and/ or submit your abstract before 1st May 2011  focusing on Law, IT and Cyberspace issues such as, but not limited to:

Privacy issues in cyber society

Intrusion investigations

Cybercrime laws

Charging cybercrimes

Peer to peer applications

Search and seizure policy procedures

Protecting and storing digital evidence equipment

Hacking, cracking and malicious codes


Information assurance

Data mining


Intellectual Property Rights

Internet security

Trademarks and domain names


E-banking and e-business

E-signature and computer forensic


The conference committee is seeking submissions of papers for oral presentations at the conference in two major categories:

- Full papers - these papers will be peer reviewed by  members of the program committee and will be published in a special conference issue with an ISBN.

- Oral presentations - these papers will not be peer reviewed. These papers will be selected on merit by the program committee. Authors must thus provide about 100-150 word abstract.

English is the only working language of the conference.