DFRWS is the leading digital forensics research conference and the 8th annual conference was held from August 11 to 13, 2008 in Baltimore, MD. The Open Memory Forensics Workshop (OMFW) was held on Sunday August 10 at the same hotel.
Congratulations to Anandabrata Pal, Husrev Sencar, and Nasir Memon for winning the Best Paper Award. We would also like to congratulateMichael I. Cohen, David J. Collett, and AAron Walters for winning the Forensics Challenge. Anandabrata Pal was awarded the student scholarship. Thanks to the organizing committee, program committee, and sponsors for helping to make the conference go so smoothly.
This page provides access to many resources from the conference:
The annual DFRWS conference allows leading digital forensics researchers from government, industry, and academia to present their work and results to fellow researchers and practitioners. Many of the most cited digital forensics papers have been presented at DFRWS and the annual challenge has spawned research in important areas. Initial results and tool prototypes are also presented during the Works in Progress and demo sessions.