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International Workshop on Cyber Crime Scene Investigations (CCSI)

August 17-20, 2015, Belfort, France
in conjunction with
The 10th International Conference on Future Networks and Communications 
(FNC 2015)

Nowadays, cyber space is an integral part of human society. While it 
provides significant convenience to our lives, it has also turned into 
an attractive platform for crimes such as financial fraud, information 
phishing, distributed denial of service attacks, and fake message or 
rumor propagation. Security and privacy issues in cyber space have 
become more and more imminent. The emergence of social networks and 
cloud computing significantly increases the severeness and calls for 
solutions. To fight against criminals in the cyber space requires no 
less, if not more, intelligence than that needed for combating outlaws 
in real life. It needs to involve multiple disciplines, such as 
networking, information theory, mathematical modelling, data mining, 
machine learning, image and voice processing, neural network, pattern 
recognition, cryptography and forensic criminology. To facilitate the 
study and contribute to the fight, the workshop aims to provide an 
interdisciplinary venue that brings together researchers from relevant 
fields to exchange their ideas and experiences as well as to build 
collaborations.

Topics of interest include, but not limited to:

     Anonymous system and forensics
     IP traceback
     Malware detection
     Botnet identification
     Networked video system
     Biometric security and forensics
     Emotion identification via video
     Wireless forensics, security and privacy
     Game theory in forensics, security and privacy
     Data Mining in forensics, security and privacy
     Forensics laws and policies

     DDoS attacks
     Virus source traceback
     Malware source traceback
     Botmaster traceback
     Distributed systems and forensics
     System security and forensics
     Intrusion detection
     Social networks forensics, security and privacy
     Information theory in network security
     Multimedia in network security

Important Dates:

     Full papers submission due: March 29, 2015
     Notification of acceptance: May 24, 2015
     Camera-ready of accepted papers: June 19, 2015
     Workshop date: August 17-20, 2015

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