The Cybercrime Forensics Education and Training (CFET) conference takes place annually at the Canterbury campus of Canterbury Christ Church University.
CFET is organised by Canterbury Christ Church University and the English Centre of Excellence for training, research and education (ECENTRE), which was developed as a project funded by the European Commission under their ISEC programme.
This conference has welcomed in the past, proposals for practical workshops that provide the opportunity for new tools, developed in the fight against cybercrime and the handling of digital evidence, to be evaluated by conference participants. Papers and workshops have also been welcomed in the area of meeting the challenges of virtual data storage and currencies.
The conference series is supported by the work of the British Computer Society Cybercrime Forensics Specialist Group. Details of how to join the BCS and become a member of this specialist group can be found at the BCS website.
The next conference is due to take place in the Trinity term of 2016. Further details and dates will be released soon.
To find out more about our conference chair, and our board of advisors, see our CFET Advisory Panel. You can also find out more about previous CFET conferences.