DFRWS is dedicated to the sharing of knowledge and ideas about digital forensics research. Ever since it organized the first open workshop devoted to digital forensics in 2001, DFRWS continues to bring academics and practitioners together in an informal environment. As a non-profit, volunteer organization, DFRWS sponsors annual conferences, technical working groups, and challenges to help drive the direction of research and development. Papers presented at the annual conference are reviewed in a double blind process and the accepted papers can be freely downloaded from this site.
Join us in Monterey, CA during August 2013 for the 13th Annual DFRWS Conference!
- May 1, 2013: Registration is now available for DFRWS 2013! Following the success found last year, you can also register for optional (and free) tutorials.
- Mar 22, 2013: We want your input! Please provide your thoughts on a European DFRWS conference by completing a short survey.
- Feb 26, 2013:
The 2013 Forensic Challenge has been posted. Submissions are due May 30 !
- Jan 21, 2013: Just one week left to get your 2014 Challenge creation submissions in!
- Nov 9, 2012: Much of the DFRWS 2013 conference information has been finalized! Plan to join us in Monterey!
- Sept 8, 2012: We have posted some pictures from 2011 and 2012.
- Sept 4, 2012: The Board of Directors would like to welcome Wieste Venema to the board. Congratulations Wieste!
- Aug 8, 2012: Congratulations to Andrew White, Bradley Schatz and Ernest Foo for earning the 2012 best paper award!
- May 25, 2012: The DFRWS 2012 Program is announced!
- May 24, 2012: Act now, Early Registration is only available until June 15th!
We are actively planning for DFRWS 2013 in Monterey, CA.
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