Event Location

SOFITEL Jequitimar Guarujá Hotel
Av. Marjory da Silva Prado, 1100 - Praia de Pernambuco
Guarujá, São Paulo, Brazil

Why an International Conference?

There has been a great increase in crimes involving information technologies worldwide and this trend is expected to remain for 2007. In an article recently published in The Washington Post article (Dec 22,2006), Brian Krebs writes that "Few Internet security watchers believe 2007 will be any brighter for the millions of fraud-weary consumers already struggling to stay abreast of new computer security threats and avoiding clever scams when banking, shopping or just surfing online."

In a global and virtual environment like this, in which the Internet has no borders, cyber-crime legislation is still emerging and organized cyber-crime gangs are getting more and more ingenious and creative, there is a need to promote international cooperation aimed at the exchange of experiences, ideas, expertise and knowledge on new cyber-crime techniques, methods and processes.

The idea of organizing an International Conference on Cyber Crime Investigation (ICCyber) was generated from the need of the Forensic Computer Crime Unit of the Brazilian Federal Police to discuss with other international law enforcement agencies technical, scientific and judicial questions related to the increasing complexity, incidence and rapidly changing nature of cybercrimes. In September 2004 the First ICCyber was held in Brasília, Brazil, with more than 600 participants from 21 countries. The subsequent second and third conferences were held in December 2005 and November 2006, respectively.


Conference Goals

ICCyber has become an international forum for law enforcement, computer forensic practitioners and scientists from around the world to present their latest research findings in all aspects related do Cyber Crime and Forensic Computer Science. In addition to technical sessions in which submitted paper are presented, the meeting offers workshops, and training, as well as commercial presentations & exhibits.

The “Fourth International Conference on Cyber Crime Investigation (ICCyber2007)” will be focused on presenting and discussing new techniques, tools, research and developments aimed at investigating and combating cyber crime. The event also has the following objectives:

  • To promote strategic cooperation and support the exchange of experiences/expertise among law enforcement agencies, academia and practitioners from around the world
  • To promote the research and the development of new computer forensic techniques and tools
  • To promote the discussion of legislation and judicial issues concerning cyber-crimes
  • To promote training on methods, processes, techniques and tools related to digital and forensic computer science


Event Structure

ICCyber is a unique international gathering of forensic computer practitioners, law enforcement and scientists from around the world. The 2007 edition will be composed of three major tracks:

ICCyber’2007 – Fourth International Conference on Cyber Crime Investigation:

  • Main conference
  • Keynote speakers
  • Plenary sessions
  • Informal discussions
  • Networking opportunities
  • Exhibit hall.

ICoFCS’2007 – Second International Conference on Forensic Computer Science:

  • Refereed paper presentations
  • Poster presentations
  • Best Paper Award presentation.

IBTCE’2007 – First International HTCIA Brasilia Chapter Training Conference and Exposition:

  • Workshops
  • Hands-on Training
  • Vendor Exposition.


Why Attend?

ICCyber represents a unique international gathering of law enforcement officials, practitioners and computer scientists from around the world with various focuses in cyber crime. Now, more than ever, we value this annual meeting as a testament to the strength of international cooperation in efforts to apply computer science technology to the betterment of cyberspace.

Who Should Attend?

  • Law Enforcement personnel in the following fields:
  • Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement
  • Computer Forensics Examiners
  • Criminal Investigators
  • Counterintelligence Agents
  • Prosecutors
  • Government officials
  • Banking, Finance, and Insurance personnel
  • Persons working in academia and education who are interested in Forensic Computer Science and Cyber Crime
  • Persons working in information technology & security
  • Persons working in telecommunications
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