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Schedule of Events

Tuesday, October 17 (Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre)
Track A (Room 329)Track B (Room 330)
08:30Introduction to Drone Forensics
Christopher Church
INTERPOL Digital Forensics Laboratory,
INTERPOL Innovation Centre, Singapore
Forensic Insights from Electromagnetic Radiation
Asanka Sayakkara
University of Colombo
10:30Introduction to Drone Forensics continued..Forensic Insights from Electromagnetic Radiation continued..
13:00LLMs: Prompt Engineering and Retrieval Augmented Generation for Digital Forensics
Hans Henseler, Kwok-Yan Lam, Victor C.W. Cheng, Zee Kin Yeong
University of Applied Sciences Leiden and Netherlands Forensic Institute, Netherlands, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, TAU Express Pte Ltd, Singapore, Singapore Academy of Law, SingaporeWearables and Health Data Workshop
Matthew Sorell, Dusan Kozusnik, Luke Jennings
Digital Forensic Sciences Australia Pty Ltd, Compelson, University of Adelaide
LLMs: Prompt Engineering and Retrieval Augmented Generation for Digital Forensics continued..Understanding Software IP and Detecting IP Theft
Bob Zeidman
Zeidman Consulting
15:30LLMs: Prompt Engineering and Retrieval Augmented Generation for Digital Forensics continued..Dark Web Monitoring for a Safer Cyberspace
Thomas Goger, Mark Van Staalduinen
Bavarian Central Office for the Prosecution of Cybercrime, CFLW Cyber Strategies
18:00Digital Forensics Rodeo (The Masons Table)
Wednesday, October 18 (Sands Expo and Convention Centre: GW4 (Cassia Room 3205))
08:45Welcome RemarksProf. Kwok Yan LamNanyang Technical University
09:00Keynote: Future Challenges in Digital Forensics and Cybercrime Investigations from a Prosecutor's PerspectiveThomas GogerBavarian Central Office for the Prosecution of Cybercrime
10:00About the applicability of Apache2 web server memory forensicsJan-Niclas Hilgert, Martin Lambertz, Carlo Jakobs and Roman SchellFraunhofer FKIE

Chracer: Memory analysis of Chromium-based browsersGeunyeong Choi, Jewan Bang, Jungheum Park and Sangjin LeeKorea University, Korean National Police Agency
ChatGPT for Digital Forensic Investigation: The Good, The Bad, and The UnknownMark Scanlon, Frank Breitinger, Chris Hargreaves, Jan-Niclas Hilgert and John SheppardUniversity College Dublin, Université de Lausanne, HARGS Solutions Ltd, Fraunhofer FKIE, Waterford Institute of Technology
Digital forensic approaches for Metaverse ecosystemDonghyun Kim, Subin Oh and Taeshik ShonAjou University
14:00The application of large language models in digital forensicsHans Henseler and Harm Van BeekUniversity of Applied Sciences Leiden and Netherlands Forensic Institute
Netherlands Forensic Institute
Unveiling Long-Term Trends in Malicious C2 Infrastructure: A Case Study of Redline Stealer and Its Payload DistributionMasaki KasuyaBlackBerry Japan
Machine Learning Assisted RDP Bitmap Cache ForensicsKian-Yong NgNational University of Singapore
16:10Keynote: Reverse Engineering HardwareBunnie HuangKosagi Studio
18:00GovWare Networking Night (Marina Bay Sands Exhibition Hall)
Thursday, October 19 (Sands Expo and Convention Centre: GW7 (Angsana Room 3F)
09:00Keynote: Streamlining Digital ForensicsTuan Liang LIMHTX, Singapore
11:00Data remnants analysis of document files in Windows: Microsoft 365 as a case studyJihun Joun, Sangjin Lee and Jungheum ParkKorea University
Identification of Data Wiping Tools based on Deletion Patterns in ReFS $LogfileEunji Lee, Seoyeon Lee, Hyeon Kwon, Sung Jin Lee and Gibum KimSungkyunkwan University
Forensic analysis of SQL Server transaction log in unallocated area of file systemHoyong Choi and Sangjin LeeKorea University
Bike computer forensics: An efficient and robust method for FIT file recoveryKwangkeun Song and Dongbin OhSeoul Metropolitan Police Agency
14:00Unveiling the Threat Landscape: Digital Forensics Analysis of a Sophisticated Phishing Attack and Covert Data ExfiltrationBilal Cetindag and Aikaterini KantaGoogle
University College Dublin
Forensics Preservation of Cryptomining: Data and ProcessRasyid Redha Mohd Tahir and Sarah Khadijah TaylorDigital Forensics Department, CyberSecurity Malaysia, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Countering anti-forensics: Recovery Encrypted evidences on GPU and ASICSeunghee Seo, Yeog Kim and Changhoon LeeSeoul National University of Science and Technology
16:00Analyzing the Peeling Chain Patterns on the Bitcoin BlockchainYanan Gong, Kam Pui Chow, Siu Ming Yiu and Hing Fung TingUniversity of Hong Kong
IF-DSS: A Forensic Investigation Framework for Decentralized Storage ServicesJihun Son, Gyubin Kim, Hyunwoo Jung, Jewan Bang and Jungheum ParkKorea University, Korean National Police Agency
Busting up Monopoly: Methods for Modern Darknet Marketplace ForensicsDaniel Dolejška, Michal Koutenský, Vladimir Vesely and Jan PluskalBrno University of Technology
17:30Attendees on their own
Friday, October 20 (Sands Expo and Convention Centre – Angsana 3F)
09:00Panel Session
09:45Investigation Entropy and Utility of EvidencePavel GladyshevUniversity College Dublin
11:00Intelligence Driven APTs’ HuntSylvain Hirsch and Yi Han AngMandiant
The Quintilian Project - challenges in ZonesMatthew Sorell, Lachlan Page and Bailey HeadingDigital Forensic Sciences Australia Pty Ltd
12:00Closing Remarks: DFRWS Organizing Committee
12:30Lunch (Attendees on their own)
14:00Group Expedition to Gardens by the Bay