DFRWS Europe

March 25th, 2020
14th European Identity & Cloud Conference 2020
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 March 25th, 2020 - March 27th, 2020
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DFRWS Europe

Nope, we are NOT letting Coronavirus get in the way of our learning and ability to better ourselves with our career and personal ambitions. Let's not let this negative overwhelm us. With this "downtime" let's maximize the time and upskill and learn how to be better at our InfoSec professions. To help, we've put together a bunch of online webinars, conferences and seminars that you can attend to do exactly that.

Stay Safe, Stay Strong and we'll see you on the other side. Your friends at InfoSec Conferences X

Event submitted on Tuesday, October 15th 2019, approved by Charles Villanueva

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March 25th, 2020 - March 27th, 2020
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A must-attend event if you’re interested in Cybercrime and/or Digital Forensics. There will be a lot of workshops, panels, and demos that will surely help you if you’re pursuing this career. We’ve seen an increase in Cyber crime events over the last few years, and this conference in London, UK, looks pretty awesome.

- Review written by Henry Dalziel on Tuesday, October 15th 2019.
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DFRWS (Digital Forensic Research Workshop) is a volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to gathering everyone with a legitimate interest in digital forensics to address the emerging challenges of this field. DFRWS organizes digital forensic conferences, challenges, and international collaboration to help drive the direction of research and development.

DFRWS events will provide a friendly atmosphere to share practitioner presentations, research papers, and works in progress. Every gathering includes technical workshops, panels, demos, and other “breakout sessions” covering different issues related to digital forensics.

Ultimately, it is the goal of DFRWS to cultivate a transdisciplinary co-production of knowledge that stimulates healthy growth in this rapidly evolving field. It is notable that many novel developments in the field have their roots in works and breakout sessions at DFRWS conferences. As such, DFRWS conferences are not only a snapshot of the state of the research in the field but are also a useful pointer towards the future.

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