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Techno Forensics 2005, Gaithersburg, Maryland

Thursday, May 19, 2005 (08:19:58)
November 28-30, 2005, NIST Headquarters, Gaithersburg, Maryland

www.Forensics2005.com

The Inaugural Techno Forensics conference will be sponsored by the Institute of Computer Forensics Professionals (ICFP) and Hosted by NIST. The conference is founded on the principles of standardization in the field of digital evidence. The conference will cover many of the general disciplines in the areas of digital evidence to include some of the latest information on software and hardware solutions.
Unlike other forensic conferences that are limited to law enforcement only or are vendor specific in nature, this conference will be open to everyone currently involved in computer forensics, digital evidence, or anyone having an interest in the rapidly growing field of computer forensics.

UK IT security professionals offered fast-track computer crime course

Tuesday, October 12, 2004 (06:03:38)
IT professionals looking to gain computer forensic certification are being offered an accelerated six-day course by the Training Camp. The IT training provider said its course is aimed at e-security experts, police, military personnel, legal professionals and government agencies. It aims to give anyone from an IT manager to a chief security officer the skills to detect, pursue and analyse evidence of computer crime or misuse.

More (Computer Weekly)

Computer forensics at Bradford University (UK)

Wednesday, August 18, 2004 (06:10:09)
The University of Bradford has introduced a postgraduate course in Forensic Computing, in response to "growing demand for computer scientists" with specialist skills to investigate high tech crimes.

The MSc is one of a handful of similar courses available to post graduate students in the UK. Other universities offering MScs in computer forensics include Cranfield University and the University of Glamorgan.

More (The Register)