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IT security is a scientific discipline that provides processes, methodologies, techniques, and required technologies for the design, implementation, deployment, operation and secure administration of information systems. Moreover, cyber forensics plays an essential role in providing the scientific methods to collect, handle, interpret and analyze digital evidence resulting in a thorough description of cybercrime incidents. Motivated by an urgent need for new techniques to counter the new generation of cybercrimes, we propose organizing this colloquium in order to bring together the best experts from academia, law enforcement, industry and representatives of international organizations to discuss the procedures, methods and techniques that can be used in the field of information security and cyber forensics.

The Colloquium on IT Security, Cyber Forensics and Combating Cybercrime will be held on October 3rd and 4th and will consist of 15 talks by leading experts from academia, law enforcement, high tech corporations and governmental agencies.

It is important to notice that this event will be co-located with the eCrimes Summit that will be held at Concordia on October 5th, 2011. For more information on the program of the eCrimes Summit, please click on the link above.




Here is the list of talks:
   

Challenges and Opportunities in Cyber Forensics

  Dr. Zeno Geradts
Forensic Scientist
Netherlands Forensic Institute, Netherlands
   

Cyber-Infiltration Targeting Pedophiles: Feedback from a Regional Criminal Investigation Department in the French Gendarmerie

  Dr.Frank Crispino, PhD, MPhil,
Colonel, Chef de Gendarmerie
Gendarmerie Régionale, Département d’investigation criminelle, Bordeaux, France
   

Droit Européen et Français: La lutte contre la cybercriminalité laisse-t-elle encore une place à la liberté individuelle?

  Me Raphaël Peuchot
Avocat associé et Secrétaire Général du Club de la Sécurité Informatique Rhône-Alpes
FOURMANN & PEUCHOT -- Barreau de Lyon Lyon, France
   

Pay as you Browse: Microcomputations as Micropayments in Web-based Services and its Impact on User's Privacy

  Dr. Aurélien Francillon
Assistant Professor
Network and Security Group, EURECOM,
Sophia-Antipolis, France
   

Geolocalization of Proxied Services and its Application to Fast-Flux Hidden Servers

  Dr. Mohamed Ali Kaafar
Research Scientist
INRIA Rhone-Alpes, France
   

Building Secure Systems the First Time, Every Time

 

Dr. François Cosquer
Head of Solutions Security

Alcatel-Lucent Corporate Solutions, France

   

(Reverse) Social Engineering Attacks in Social Networks

  Dr. Engin Kirda
Associate Professor
College of Computer and Information Science and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Northeastern University
   

Recent Advances in Live Forensics

  Prof. Golden G. Richard, III
Directeur et Professeur,
Greater New Orleans Center for Information Assurance (GNOCIA),
University of New Orleans.
   

Le contrôle judiciaire des enquêtes en matière informatique

 

Me. Jean-C. Hébert
Avocat et professeur associé
Département des sciences juridiques, UQAM,

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

   

Cybercrime in Canada, Past Present and Trends

  Michael Haring
Staff Sergeant
Integrated Technological Crime Unit (ITCU), Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canada
   

Brief on Bill C-28 – CASL

  Lynne M. Perrault
Directrice, Mise en application du commerce électronique,
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC),
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
   

The Use of Business Intelligence Techniques in Digital Investigations

  Prof. David Billard
Expert aux cours en France et Suisse,
Laboratoire d'Expertise et de Recherche de Traces Numériques (LERTI), France
University of Applied Sciences in Geneva, Switzerland
   

Se préparer pour l'inforensique en direct

 

Martin Salois
Scientifique de la Défense Nationale
Recherche et développement pour la défense Canada (RDDC) – Valcartier, Canada

Co-auteur: Sébastien Bourdon-Richard

Gendarmerie Royale du Canada, Canada

   

La police du cyberespace : mythe ou réalité?

  Frédérick Gaudreau
Capitaine, Responsable de Division intervention
Service de la surveillance technologique,
Direction conseil et soutien aux enquêtes,
Sûreté du Québec, Quebec, Canada