International Conference on CyberCrime and Computer Forensics (ICCCF)

Simon Fraser University Harbour Centre, Vancouver, Canada, 12-14 June 2016

The International Conference on CyberCrime and Computer Forensics
(ICCCF) will be held at Simon Fraser University's Harbour Centre
campus in downtown Vancouver, B.C., from 12-14 June 2016.  Simon
Fraser University is co-hosting the ICCCF 2016 in cooperation with the
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and the Asia
Pacific Association of Technology and Society (APATAS).

Keynote speakers for ICCCF 2016 include Benoit Dupont, Scientific
Director of Smart Security Network, from the University of Montreal;
Thomas Holt, an internationally recognized computer hacking and
malware researcher from the University of Michigan; Susan Brenner, a
professor of cyber law and technology at the University of Dayton,
Ohio; and Gary Perkins, the Executive Director and Chief Information
Security Officer for the Information Security Branch of the
B.C. Government.

A block of 60 rooms has been set aside at the Delta Vancouver Suites
Hotel, which is immediately adjacent to the SFU Harbour Centre
conference facilities. Room rates are $195 a night, considered very
attractive for a centrally located, four star hotel in downtown
Vancouver. These rooms will be released to conference delegates on a
first come, first served basis.

The call for papers closes on January 29th, 2016. Qualified papers
will be considered for indexing and publication in the IEEE's Xplore
Digital Library. The conference will also have a poster session, and
several student panels where students will be invited to present
papers on "open" topics related to cybercrime and computer forensics.

For further information on the conference, and/or to register or
submit a paper, please visit the official conference website at: