Cyberspace is becoming increasingly central to the basic function of modern society.
Cybercrime and cyber warfare have emerged as major threats to the integrity of digital information and to the functioning of cyber-controlled physical systems.
ICDF2C brings together researchers and practitioners from all these areas in order to scientifically address the numerous challenges due to the rapid increase in the amount and variety of data under investigation, as well as the growing complexity of both the threats and the targeted systems.
Major topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Papers describing original unpublished research are solicited.
Schatz Forensic was established in 2009 by Dr Bradley Schatz, with the goal of assisting the court, litigants, and corporates by providing independent and reliable evidence in matters related to computer and digital evidence.
We have rapidly gained a reputation for solving complex digital evidence related problems.Besides Full Research Papers, industrial talks, panel proposals, and Workshop / Tutorial proposals are accepted.Please follow the following guidelines in preparing your submission.Please refer to Authors Guidelines for details of reviewing process and to submit your papers please refer to Submit a Manuscript.IJCSDF is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution.Submissions must not be concurrently under review by a conference, journal or any other venue that has proceedings. Papers must be formatted using Springer LNICST Authors’ Kit), shall not exceed 18 pages and have to be submitted through The program committee may designate up to three papers accepted to the conference as ICDF2C Best Papers.An internationally recognised authority in digital forensics, Dr Bradley Schatz is a Forensic Computer Scientist, and a leader at the cutting edge of the field.The first private practice practitioner in Australia to hold a Ph D in Digital Forensics, Dr Schatz divides his time between private practice and research exclusively in that area.He sits on the Editorial Board of the journal "Digital Investigation: the International Journal of Digital Forensics"; the longest standing peer reviewed journal in the field, and the Review Panels of two international peer reviewed conferences related to computer forensics.Dr Schatz is regularly invited to deliver seminars and training, both locally and internationally.