Little Rock to host international digital forensic, security conference

Some of the world’s leading digital security experts are coming to Arkansas, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.  

UALR will host the fourth International Conference on Digital Forensic and Security — the symposium’s first appearance in Arkansas — April 25-27, 2016.   

The conference connects digital forensics and information security researchers, as well as experts and policymakers, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and a discussion of best practices and latest developments. 

Coskun Bayrak
Dr. Coskun Bayrak

Topics include data privacy, digital forensics, cryptography, information security, and soft computing. The symposium will include keynote speeches, presentations, and tutorials.

Dr. Coskun Bayrak, graduate coordinator and professor of computer science in the UALR Department of Computer Science, is chairing the conference, and eight of the 11 members on the organizing committee have UALR connections.

After observing the impact, importance and influence of past conferences, Bayrak decided to work to bring the gathering to Arkansas.

Sponsors include UALR and the symposium’s technical co-sponsors: the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and IEEE Region 5. IEEE is the world’s largest professional organization dedicated to advancing technology.

Scientific research papers will be published through the conference. After the submission and review process, they will be released to the IEEE Xplore digital library and scientific paper indexers.

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