Call for Posters and Demos

EAI ICDF2C 2024 invites Posters proposals and Demos submissions that address innovative and important topics related to ICDF2C 2024.

The objective of this track is to provide the PhD students with a platform to share their ideas and research works and get comments suggestions from the international audience. We encourage the authors to use the Posters venue as a way to open up discussions with the scientific community about their early work in progress and develop the work for future publication and innovation. Posters aim at reporting on the progress of ongoing research and insights into the lessons learned from the most recent and current projects.

  • Cyber security
  • Digital forensics
  • Digital criminal investigations
  • Artificial intelligence and analytics for security and forensics
  • National intelligence
  • Digital forensics
  • Intrusion detection
  • Active defense
  • Cyber-physical system threats
  • Cyber warfare
  • AI/ML threats
  • Text analysis
  • Cryptocurrencies
  • Hardware trojans
  • Digital and Multimedia Evidence and Forensics
  • Multimedia Forensics (including but not limited to Image-, Audio-, and Video Analysis, Biometrics, Linguistic Analysis of Texts)
  • Chip Forensics
  • Mobile & Network Forensics
  • ICS/SCADA Forensics
  • Live Data Forensics
  • Forensic Lab Management and Accreditation
  • e-Discovery
  • Terrorism
  • Computer-Related Fraud
  • Computer-Related Forgery
  • Content-Related offenses (Child abuse materials, Promotion of extremism)
  • Copyright Infringement
  • Other Legal Aspects of Digital Evidence Procedure and Applications
  • Cloud Computing Security
  • Web Application Security
  • Database Security
  • Intrusion Detection/Prevention
  • Network Security
  • Mobile Device Security
  • Smart Grid Security
  • Self-Organized Resilient Systems
  • Critical Infrastructure Security
  • ICS/SCADA Security
  • Security of “Internet of Things”
  • Quantum Computing Security
  • Digital Currency Security
  • Security of Wearable Devices
  • Digital Rights Management
  • Human Rights
  • Trans-National Cybercrime Investigations and Mutual Legal Assistance
  • Internet-based Espionage & Advanced Persistent Threats
  • State-Sponsored Cyber Warfare & Terrorism
  • International Cyber Conflicts
  • Government Surveillance
  • Censorship and Control of the Internet
  • International Cyber Laws and Confidence Building Measures
  • Incident Response
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Insider Threat Management
  • Risk Management
  • Business Continuity
  • Security Policies
  • Security Auditing
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Economics of Security
  • Behavioral Information Security
  • Innovative Pedagogic Techniques
  • Certifications
  • Hands-on Security Laboratories and Tabletop Exercises
  • Education Infrastructure
  • Diversity in Security/Forensics Education
  • Online Security/Forensics Education
  • Submission

    Poster and demo submissions should be a maximum of 4 pages including references, figures, tables, and appendix.

    The deadline for the submissions is 1 May 2024.

    Please email your poster proposals and demos to [email protected]

    Review Criteria

    Please note that a shorter version of already published work is not suitable for this session.

    Authors willing to present a poster or a demo will submit a short paper, maximum of 4 pages in total (including references, figures, tables, appendixes etc.) describing their poster or demo. Given the nature of the session, we do not enforce any strict format for these papers, but we expect most works to include a short introduction, a description of the employed methods and, if applicable, results.