In 2015, for the first time, the ICCyber-ICMedia Joint Conference will unite both conferences to offer their audiences the opportunity of experiencing a wider range of themes and discussions, some which are common to both.
The International Conference on Cyber Crime Investigation – ICCyber is one of the most traditional and important events on computer forensics, public security and information technology held in Latin America. Likewise, the International Conference on Multimedia Forensics, Surveillance and Security – ICMedia is a reference event in the field of multimedia forensics and electronic security.
Both conferences propose a comprehensive agenda that includes technical lectures and scientific content structured by renowned experts from the Brazilian Federal Police, business and academia. As a result, they attract participants from government institutions, private sector and civil society, both national and international. This offers a great opportunity for vendors to present their innovative solutions, reaching key decision makers in these sectors.
In addition to technical and scientific topics, the joint conference brings forward the discussion of relevant points such as justice through science, forensic evidence as key to human rights defense, transnationality of cybercrimes and global cooperation in public security.
The Joint Conference is expected to bring together more than 700 participants among Computer Forensics Experts, members of the Public Ministry, public IT managers in federal, state and municipal levels, judiciary authorities, researchers and other professions associated with public security and forensic sciences.
The 2015 ICCyber ICMedia Joint Conference is organized by the National Association of Federal Criminal Experts (APCF) and the Brazilian Academy of Forensic Sciences (ABCF).