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Appalachian Institute for Digital Evidence Conference

March 4 - March 7

AIDE is a regional, nonprofit organization that promotes research and education in digital evidence, cyber forensics and cyber security and fosters innovation and collaboration among academic institutions, law enforcement and members of the legal and business communities.

It’s presenting the conference in partnership with the Marshall University Institute for Cyber Security, a research and education center that focuses on the development and application of cyber security technologies and solutions. The institute offers undergraduate and graduate programs in cyber forensics and security, and is recognized as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.

The conference will cover subjects such as law enforcement, open-source intelligence, industrial control systems, cyber security, dark web, cryptocurrency, and more. Each day of the conference has a different theme and focus, with sessions, workshops, demonstrations, and discussions led by experts and practitioners from academia, industry and government. The schedule is as follows:

• Monday, March 4: Law Enforcement Day
• Tuesday, March 5: Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) and Industrial Control Systems
• Wednesday, March 6: Cyber Forensics and Cyber Security
• Thursday, March 7: Cyber Forensics and Cyber Security


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Memorial Student Center | 1 John Marshall Dr
Huntington, WV 25701 United States
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