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4th International Conference on IT Incident Management & IT Forensics (IMF 2008)

Date: 23 September-25 September 2008
Location: Mannheim, Germany
Organizer: SIG SIDAR
Homepage: http://www.imf-conference.org/

The IMF conference will be held for the fourth time now. The concept matured from a pure academic event to an academic track section complemented by practical workshops. In addition IMF has become an important community event.

This time IMF starts to travel. Berufsakademie Mannheim - University of Cooperative Education - is proud to host IMF 2008. We plan to continue hosting IMF at different locations as this is a chance to widen the community and to learn from different perspectives.

The scope of IMF 2008 is broad and includes, but is not limited to the following areas:

IT-Incident Management

• Purposes of IT-Incident Management
• Trends, Processes and Methods of IT-Incident Management
• Formats and Standardization for IT-Incident Management
• Tools for the IT-Incident Management
• Education and Training, IT-Incident Management Awareness
• Determination, Detection and Evaluation of Incidents
• Procedures for Handling Incidents
• Problems and Challenges when establishing CERTs/ CSIRTs
• Sources of Information/ Information Exchange/ Communities
• Dealing with Vulnerabilities (Vulnerability Response)
• Current Threats
• Early Warning Systems
• Organizations (National CERT-Associations, FIRST, TF-CSIRT, TERENA / TI, etc.)

IT-Forensics

• Trends and Challenges in IT-Forensics
• Methods, Processes and Applications for IT-Forensics .(e.g. Networks, Operating Systems, Storage Media, ICT Systems)
• Evidence Protection in IT-Environments
• Standardization of Evidence Protection Processes
• Data Protection and other legal implications for IT-Forensics
• Methods in Investigation
• Legal Relevance of IT-Forensics Investigations
• Tools for IT-Forensics
• IT-Forensics Readiness

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