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Department of Defense Cyber Crime Conference

Date: 8 December-12 December 2003
Location: MGM Grand Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, USA
Organizer: Technology Forums
Homepage: https://www.technologyforums.com/dodcybercrime/

The uniqueness of the Cyber Crime Conference: This is the only DoD conference that brings Legal, Information Technology and Investigative Personnel involved in Cyber Crime together in an open and interactive forum in order to discuss and collaborate on the issues facing the Cyber Crime Arena.

The aim of this conference is to establish a multidisciplinary forum for information sharing, team building and the development of innovative debate on cyber investigative and electronic forensic techniques/technologies, and legal concerns amongst investigators, information assurance and network security professionals.

Who Can Attend?
Any DoD employee with U.S. citizenship working in the cyber crime investigative and electronic forensic fields, including legal community and Network Security Personnel. If you are not a DoD employee, you must have a DoD Sponsoring Organization in order to attend this Conference.

Foreign Citizens of Australia, Canada, England, and New Zealand, working in the cyber crime investigative and electronic forensic field and supporting the DoD may also attend the conference. However, additional paperwork will be needed.

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