DFRWS 2007: 7th Annual Digital Forensic Research Workshop.
Pittsburgh, PA.  August 13-15, 2007. (Submissions due April 2, 2007).

DFRWS brings together leading researchers, developers, practitioners,
and educators interested in advancing the state of the art in digital
forensics from around the world. As the most established venue in
the field, DFRWS is the preferred place to present both cutting-
edge research and perspectives on best practices for all aspects
of digital forensics. As an independent organization, we promote
open community discussions and disseminate the results of our work
to the widest audience.

We invite original contributions as research papers (long and short),
panel proposals, and demo proposals. All papers are evaluated through
a double-blind peer-review process, and those accepted will be
published in printed proceedings by Elsevier.

Topics of Interest

*	Incident response and live analysis
*	Digital evidence storage and preservation
*	Event reconstruction methods and tools
*	File system and memory analysis
*	Application analysis
*	Network traffic analysis, traceback and attribution
*	Embedded systems
*	Mobile devices
*	Large-scale investigations
*	Data mining and information discovery
*	Data hiding and recovery
*	Multimedia analysis
*	Tool testing and development
*	Digital evidence and the law
*	Case studies and trend reports
*	Non-traditional approaches to forensic analysis

The above list is only suggestive. We welcome new, original ideas
from people in academia, industry, government, and law enforcement
who are interested in sharing their results, knowledge, and experience.
Authors are encouraged to demonstrate the applicability of their
work to practical issues.

For more information: http://www.dfrws.org/