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09 - Oct 2023

Wearables and Health Data: An Update

by Professor Matthew Sorell, CTO, Digital Forensic Sciences Australia Pty Ltd; Dusan Kozusnik, managing director at Compelson; and Luke Jennings, PhD candidate at the University of Adelaide. In 2016 we assisted in the investigation of an Apple Watch worn by a murder victim. We understand this as one of the first cases where the last […]

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04 - Oct 2023

Unraveling Digital Mysteries: How AI Copilots can Revolutionize Digital Forensic Investigations*

By Hans Henseler, Professor of Digital Forensics & E-Discovery, University of Leiden Applied Sciences, and Senior Digital Forensic Scientist at the Netherlands Forensic Institute. In hindsight, 2021 was a significant inflection point in the world of artificial intelligence, characterized by remarkable developments in deep learning, manifesting in models such as DALL·E, CLIP and in models […]

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06 - Sep 2023

6 Workshops Announced for DFRWS-APAC 2023

Each Digital Forensics Research Workshop hosts a number of half-day workshops designed to provide attendees with hands-on deep dives into current topics. At the Asia-Pacific event this year, six workshops have been announced: Wearables and Health Data Workshop Following last year’s DFRWS-APAC workshop on Apple Health Data and the related Forensic Rodeo, Prof. Matthew Sorell, […]

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06 - Sep 2023

DFRWS APAC Welcomes 3 Keynote Speakers to Its 2023 Conference

The Digital Forensic Research Workshop is excited to announce three keynotes for its 2023 Asia Pacific region edition! We’ll hear a diverse array of perspectives both technical and procedural in nature: Reverse Engineering Hardware Best known for his work hacking the Microsoft Xbox, as well as for his efforts in designing and manufacturing open source […]

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30 - Aug 2023

DFRWS-APAC Teams With GovWare on Room Rates, Conference Access

The Digital Forensics Research Workshop is teaming up with the annual GovWare Conference and Exhibition for a one-of-a-kind opportunity to bring together cyber professionals from around the world. The two events are being held concurrently during Singapore International Cyber Week (SICW) on 17–19 October, giving us an unprecedented opportunity to mingle with other practitioners, policymakers […]

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DFRWS 2022 HYBRID APAC - September 28-30, 2022
26 - Feb 2022

APAC 2022 Submission Guidelines

The APAC 2022 Call for Papers is Open We invite contributions in five categories: research papers, presentation proposals, panel proposals, workshop proposals, and demo and poster proposals. RESEARCH PAPERS: Research papers must be original contributions, not duplicate previous work (including the authors’ own work), and must not be under simultaneous publication review elsewhere. The review […]

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25 - Jul 2021

APAC 2021 Videos available on YouTube

Check out the DFRWS YouTube channel, and the APAC 2021 Playlist in particular to catch up on all the talks from the inaugural conference in Australia January 27-29, 2021.  There are presentations from 14 digital forensics papers and the 7 videos of short talks on more topics. Watch the Best Paper talk Your Car Is […]

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02 - Jan 2020

DFRWS APAC 2020 Call for Abstracts is Open

The first DFRWS APAC conference will be held in Sydney in conjunction with the 22nd Triennial Meeting of the International Association of Forensic Sciences (IAFS) in conjunction with the 25th Symposium of the Australian & New Zealand Forensic Science Society (21 – 25 September 2020).  The Call for Abstracts is open through January 31, 2020.  […]

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