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UCD Postgraduate Open Evening 201502 March 2015 - UCD Postgraduate Open Evening

Considering graduate studies at UCD in 2015? Come to the UCD Postgraduate Open Evening on Monday 2nd March 5-7pm.


MSc in Digital Investigation & Forensic Computing - Open evening 201424 November 2014 - MSc in Digital Investigation & Forensic Computing - Open Evening

We invite you to our Open Evening on 24th November 2014.



MSc in Digital Investigation & Forensic Computing - Open evening 201401-03 April 2014 - eCrime Researchers Sync-Up 2014

The 4th annual APWG eCrime Sync-Up, is a 3-day exchange of presentations and discussions of eCrime research in progress that, as importantly, provides a venue for networking of researchers within the eCrime research disciplines with law enforcement officials & industrial responders who investigate and manage cybercrime every day.



CyNC 20138-10 December 2013 - CyNC 2013

This inaugural event will bring together Cybercrime Centres of Excellence from across Europe to showcase the efforts taking place to combat crime in the cyber environment




Forensics Europe Expo24-25 April 2013 - Forensics Europe Expo

UCD will be attending the upcoming Forensics Europe conference and expo in London from 24-25 April 2013.




National Cybercrime Conference22-24 April 2013 - National Cybercrime Conference

UCD will be represented at the 2013 National Cyber Crime Conference for law enforcement on 22-24 April, in Norwood, Massachusetts.




eCrime Researchers Sync-Up 201307-08 March 2013 - eCrime Researchers Sync-Up 2013

CR Sync-up III, is a two-day exchange of presentations and discussions related to eCrime research in progress and, as importantly, for networking of researchers within the disciplines that are defining the cybercrime research field today.



UCD CCI Digital Forensics Summer School 201220-30 August 2012 - UCD CCI Digital Forensics Summer School

This course teaches students how to develop an OPEN SOURCE Computer Forensics Laboratory. Participants learn how to build their own forensics lab, using freely available and validated open source tools and easily available hardware.
NOTE: EVENT OPEN TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS ONLY