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International Conference on IT-Incident Management & IT-Forensics (IMF 2006)

Date: 18 October-19 October 2006
Location: Stuttgart, Germany
Organizer: SIG SIDAR
Homepage: http://www.gi-ev.de/fachbereiche/sicherheit/fg/sidar/imf/imf2006/index.html

In order to advance the fields of IT-Incident Management and Forensics the special interest-group Security - Intrusion Detection and Response (SIDAR) of the German Informatics Society (GI) organises an annual conference, bringing together experts from throughout the world, to discuss state of the art in the areas of Incident Management and IT-Forensics (IMF). IMF promotes collaboration and exchange of ideas between industry, academia, law-enforcement and other government bodies.

The scope of IMF 2006 is broad and includes, but is not restricted to the following areas:

IT-Incident Management:

Purposes of IT-Incident Management
Trends, Processes and Methods within IT-Incident Management
Formats and Standardisation in the IT-Incident Management
Tools for the IT-Incident Management
Education and Training in the field of IT-Incident Management Awareness
Determination, Detection and Evaluation of Incidents and Sensors
Procedures for Handling Incidents
Problems and Challenges while establishing CERTs/ CSIRTs
Sources of Information/ Information Exchange/ Communities
Dealing with Vulnerabilities (vulnerability response)
Current Threats
Early Warning System
Organisations (Nat. CERT-Associations, FIRST, TERENA/ TI, TF-CSIRT)

IT-Forensics:

Trends and Challenges within IT-Forensics
Methods, Processes and Applications for IT-Forensics ( Networks, Operating Systems, Storage Media, ICT-Systems etc.)
Evidence Protection in IT-Environments
Standardisation of Evidence Protection Processes
Data Protection- and other legal implications for IT-Forensic Investigations
Juristic Relevance of IT-Forensic Investigations
Tools for IT-Forensics
Forensic readiness

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