Friday, April 25, 2008

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2008
Friday, April 25th
8:00 AM

Breakfast

Digital Forensics, Security and Law

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

8:00 AM

8:30 AM

SiMPLE - Rethinking the Monolithic Approach to Digital Forensic Software

Craig Valli, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

8:30 AM

9:05 AM

Data Mining Techniques for Fraud Detection

Rekha Bhowmik, Department of Computer Science, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

9:05 AM

9:40 AM

Using N-gram Analysis for Forensic Author Identification and Text Relatedness

Carole Chaski, ALIAS Technology LLC and Institute for Linguistic Evidence, Inc, USA

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

9:40 AM

10:15 AM

Break

Digital Forensics, Security and Law

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

10:15 AM

10:45 AM

The Cyber-Workplace – Identifying Liability Issues in the Information Age and Managing E-Risk

Nigel Wilson, Barrister, Bar Chambers, Australia

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

10:45 AM

11:25 AM

The Evolving Role of the Digital Forensics Expert: Protective Orders

Glenn S. Dardick, Longwood University, USA

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

11:25 AM

12:00 PM

End of Conference – Closing Remarks

Digital Forensics, Security and Law

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

12:00 PM