Welcome to ICCS,
Forging Global Alliances for Cyber Resilience
THE CYBER SECURITY CONFERENCE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT, INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIC EXPERTS
The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Fordham University will host the Sixth International Conference on Cyber Security (ICCS 2016) on July 25-28, 2016, in New York City. ICCS is an unparalleled opportunity for global leaders in cyberthreat analysis, operations, research, and law enforcement to coordinate their efforts to create a more secure world.
ICCS is the premier global cybersecurity event spanning three days with more than 70 distinguished speakers from government, the private sector, and academia. Each brings unique insights from their expertise in the disciplines of emerging technologies, operations and enforcement, academic and pragmatic experience.
A range of keynote presentations, panel discussions, and exceptional networking opportunities provide a rare chance to learn and speak with leading cyber security subject matter experts and solution providers from throughout the world. The cost for ICCS 2016 is $895.
LAW ENFORCEMENT WORKSHOP – CYBER SECURITY TUTORIAL
ICCS is proud to offer the Law Enforcement Workshop (LEW) and the Cyber Security Tutorial (CST). These events feature subject matter experts offering both technical and non-technical sessions. ICCS participants are highly encouraged to take advantage of these unique opportunities to learn from subject matter experts. The Cyber Security Tutorial is open to any registrant and is a great value at $75. In order to attend the Law Enforcement Workshop, however, you will need law enforcement credentials in addition to the $75 registration fee. The Cyber Security Tutorial and the Law Enforcement Workshop will be on July 25, 2016, from 1:00 – 4:00 pm.
SOMETHING NEW FOR ICCS 2016!
THE COMPUTER FORENSIC TUTORIAL (CFT)
ICCS is excited to present a special opportunity open to all registrants: the ICCS 2016 Computer Forensic Tutorial (CFT). Computer forensics is crucial to the resilience of our work and life in cyber space. This computer forensics tutorial encompasses a general overview of the forensic process including legal considerations, preserving, acquiring, and analyzing evidence as well as reporting results. Geared towards those that have no previous experience with computer forensics but are somewhat computer literate, the CFT is a unique opportunity available to all registrants for an extra fee of $75.00. The tutorial will be on July 25th, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.