The 11th Annual DoD Cyber Crime Conference is accepting abstracts for presentations, workshops, and panel discussions during the conference, which will be held January 24-27, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. Possible topics include cyber crime investigations, digital forensics, cyber crime law, sentencing issues, and e-discovery. The organizers are particularly interested in increasing the number of panel discussions. Lawyers may propose conference programs that could meet CLE requirements.
The deadline for abstracts is August 1, 2011.
- Computer forensics for lawyers
- Charging computer crimes
- Intelligence law
- Proving knowledge and intent for computer-related crimes
- Sentencing issues in computer crimes
- Search and seizure laws, policies, and procedures
- Cross-border legal issues of obtaining, using, and sharing digital evidence
- Governmental access to private computer systems for investigations
- Rights of the accused and access to digital evidence used in prosecutions
Abstract Submissions Due: August 1, 2011
Notification of Accepted Presentations: September 1, 2011
Presenters Must Accept Speaking Invitation: September 16, 2011
PowerPoint Presentations Due: November 18, 2011
To submit abstracts and for additional information, see: Information for Speakers