eCrime 2020 – Symposium on Electronic Crime Research
Virtual eCrime 2020 – RESCHEDULED: November 16 – 19, 2020
Notice: Due to ongoing COVID situation this has been rescheduled and will be completely virtual.
For 2020 APWG’s members will once again come together to bridge the gaps between cybersecurity operations, research and consumer messaging with our fifteenth Symposium on Electronic Crime Research (eCrime 2020).
eCrime 2020 will look at the operational challenges and development of common resources and best practices for first responders and forensic professionals. In addition, the conference will dive into current research projects and future areas of interest for cybercrime investigations, forensic techniques and infrastructure defense. including our peer-reviewed cybercrime published paper program with the IEEE-SA.
Operational and research insights for fighting electronic crime will be complimented and augmented with discussions on citizen awareness programs to help ensure a secure computing environment. This year’s meeting will bring a focus on the shifting nature of cybercrime and the inherent challenges of managing that dynamic threatscape.
With eCrime 2020 we will review the development of response paradigms and resources for counter-cybercrime managers and forensic professionals in the private and public sectors. Presenters will review case studies of national and regional economies under attack, narratives of successful trans-national forensic cooperation, while considering models for cooperation against ecrime and examining resources for cybercrime response and forensic enterprise.
This program will be held via Zoom Webinar.
Please contact Deputy-Secretary Foy Shiver for details via email at email@example.com.
Call for General Session Proposals
APWG members, research partner, correspondents and cybercrime experts in all fields are invited to submit their proposals for presentations and panel discussions.
The APWG eCrime 2020 conference investigates the modern phenomena of electronic crime from the point of view of the responder who must undertake forensic exercises to investigate cybercrimes and protect both consumers and enterprise computer and network users every day. eCrime presenters discuss all aspects of electronic crime and ways to combat it.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Detecting and Mitigating eCrime (e.g. cryptocurrencies, malware, phishing, ransomware, etc.)
- Electronic/Cyber Crime and Fraud
- Emerging attack trends in Cybercrime
- CryptoCurrency analysis for ecrime investigations
- Digital Forensics tools and techniques, investigative procedures, and evidence acquisition, handling and preservation
- Frameworks for avoiding damages to systems and networks, including blocklisting and detection techniques
- Case studies on Cybercrime related activity
Instructions for Authors: General Session Track
Submissions should include author names, affiliations and acknowledgments. They should not exceed 2 letter-sized pages. Proposals should include at a minimum a title and an abstract that clearly summarizes the material to be covered. Presentation slides or an outline of the talk or panel are encouraged but not required.
For proposal submissions register an account then use the New Submission option at https://ecrime-gs-2019.hotcrp.com/.