The Cyber Academy host a new Digital Forensics Society
The Cyber Academy, in association with Strathclyde Forensics, is creating a new Digital Forensics Society which aims to:
- Push forward digital forensics as professional practice.
- Integrate professionals, from law enforcement, the public sector, business and academia, in other to share ideas.
- Become a place where professionals can debate the key topics of the day.
- Enable collaboration and around innovation and enterprise.
- Integrate with national and international funding streams for organisations.
- Integrate practice with undergraduate and postgraduate students, especially across Higher and Further Education.
- Define standards around ethics, proceedures, education and training.
The first meeting of the Digital Forensics Society will be 3-5pm, Monday 22 June 2014, in the Glass Room, Merchiston, 10 Colinton Road, Edinurgh. You can register your interest in joining the society here:
Director of CDCS
+44 131 455 2759
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