DFRWS EU 2021 Virtual

Mon, 29 March 2021, 10:00 AM - Thu, 01 April 2021, 4:00 PM [GMT]

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Full Registration PARTIAL APPROVAL - $150.00

Registration closes on 01/04/2021

LE / Govt. Registration PARTIAL APPROVAL - $125.00

Registration closes on 01/04/2021

Student Registration PARTIAL APPROVAL - $100.00

Registration closes on 01/04/2021

Full Registration - Double Discount PARTIAL APPROVAL - $250.00

Registration closes on 01/04/2021

Attend Two DFRWS 2021 Events - get a discount

LE/Govt. Registration - Double Discount PARTIAL APPROVAL - $225.00

Registration closes on 01/04/2021

Attend Two DFRWS get a Discount.

Student Registration - Double Discount PARTIAL APPROVAL - $175.00

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Attend Two DFRWS events get a Discount.

Full Combo Pass PARTIAL APPROVAL - $300.00

Registration closes on 29/01/2021

Full Registration Pass to all three DFRWS 2021 Events (APAC, EU, USA)

LE/Govt. Combo Pass PARTIAL APPROVAL - $250.00

Registration closes on 29/01/2021

LE/Govt. Combo Pass to all attend three DFRWS 2021 events (APAC/EU/USA)

Student Combo Pass PARTIAL APPROVAL - $200.00

Registration closes on 29/01/2021

Student Registration to all three DRWS 2021 Events (APAC/EU/USA)

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Mon, 29 March 2021, 10:00 AM - Thu, 01 April 2021, 4:00 PM [GMT]

DFRWS Europe 2021 will include; Keynotes, Papers and Presentations, Hands-on Workshops, Poster and Demo Sessions, the Forensics Rodeo, Interactive Birds of a Feather Sessions, Lightning Talks and the DFRWS Pub Quiz.

DFRWS is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to bringing together everyone with a legitimate interest in digital forensics to address the emerging challenges of our field. DFRWS organizes digital forensic conferences, challenges, and international collaboration to help drive the direction of research and development. DFRWS conferences provide a friendly atmosphere to share research papers, practitioner presentations, and works in progress. Every gathering includes technical workshops, demos, panels, and other “breakout sessions” covering various issues related to digital forensics. Ultimately, it is the goal of DFRWS to cultivate transdisciplinary coproduction of knowledge that stimulates healthy growth in this rapidly evolving field. It is notable that many novel developments in the field have their roots in works and breakout sessions at DFRWS conferences. As such, DFRWS conferences are not only a snapshot of the state of the research in the field, but are also a useful pointer towards the future.

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