2016 Call For Presentations & Workshops
Submissions were due by June 1, 2016.
You can vote for presentations using this form.
We invite all users and developers of open source digital forensics tools to submit a presentation or workshop topic by June 1, 2016. This is a unique opportunity to present your work and experiences to a community that regularly draws more than 400 people each year. Get feedback and help direct the future of open source digital forensics software!
We have openings for both shorter, one-hour lecture sessions, and half-day hands-on workshops. Offered the day before the conference (October 25, 2016), the workshops should teach people how to use or develop open source tools by providing hands-on guidance. Lecture sessions can discuss a variety of topics, including user experiences and case studies about using open source tools such as:
- New tools and analysis techniques
- New features for mature tools
- Open plug-in analysis framework designs and experiences
- Automated analysis
- Hard drive analysis and triage
- Memory and network forensics
- Mobile device forensics
- Analyzing application-level artifacts
- Cyber incident response
The deadline for submissions was June 1, 2016.
E-mail submissions2016 [at] osdfcon [dot] org with any questions.