Thursday, May 15, 2014

May 2014

The DFRWS EU  in Amsterdam  was well attended with several excellent presentations and workshops ranging from issues with cybercrime, analysis of big data and intelligent data analysis and new developments for reducing backlogs in digital forensic labs. Also a good networking opportunity. I am looking forward to next years meeting in Dublin.

Furthermore this month I went to a meeting of the project ASSERT on social impact analysis where challenging forensic projects were discussed. Many interesting discussions on ethical and social issues within these projects.

Also I have a guest lecture at the University of Amsterdam, in the track Cybercrime and security, where we also have several projects proposals submitted.