ICCCF 2014



ICCCF 2014, 21-24 September, Taipei, Taiwan

Distinguished Keynote Speaker: Dr Meng-Chow Kang, Director of Information Security, China and APJ Regions, Cisco Systems Inc.

Topic: Responsive Security – Implications on Cybercrime and Digital Forensics


Keynote Lecture: Prof Justin Jin-Hyuk Choi, Professor, Department of Law, Korean National Police University, South Korea

Topic: Illegal Acquisition/Trading of Online Game Items and the Abuse of Alternative Remittance Systems (ARS)



SolventoSoft’s Workshop

Topic: 警政情資整合分析解決方案


ICFE’s Workshop

Topic: Managing Procurement Fraud in the Cyberspace



Richard Frank, Garth Davies, Martin Bouchard, International Cyber-Crime Research Center, School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada

Topic: The Forum Extracting Network Spider: A Systemic Approach to Retrieving and Mapping Social Network Data from Online Extremist Forums


Laurie Lau, Asia Pacific Association of Technology and Society (APATAS)l Hong Kong SAR

Topic: Cybercrime in Cloud: Risk and Responses in Asia


Jompon Pitaksantayothin, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok, Thailand

Topic: Online Witch-Hunts: The Situation of Cyber Harassment between 2011-2014 in Thailand



Topic: 行動電話基地台資料搜集系統於刑案偵查之應用 (Smart Mobile Phone Forensic from Taichung CID Perspective)


Lennon Chang, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

Topic: Empowered by the Internet: Perceptions on Online Vigilantism of Hong Kong University Students


Tsungnan Lin, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering; Director, Division of Network Management, Computer & Information Network Center, National Taiwan University

Topic: On Challenges of National Security in Today’s Networking Environments


Yang-Dar Lin, IEEE Fellow; Distinguished Professor, National Chiao Tung University

Topic: Cyber War: A National Defense Perspective


Yachi Chiang, Assistant Professor of Graduate Institute of Intellectual Property: Director of Patent Licensing and Technology Transfer Center, National Taipei University of Technology

Topic: A Lesson from Snowden Files: What is the reasonable expectation of Privacy in a Digital Age


Hsieh Chi-Chin, Wang Jau-Hwang, Taipei City Police Department, Taipei, Taiwan

Topic:智慧型手機即時通訊軟體鑒識之研究 (Smart Mobile Phone Forensic Evidence: An Experience from Taipei City Police Department)


Tze-Wei Lin, National Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan

Topic: 網路語言與妨害名譽 – 我國近年實務裁判之觀察 (Internet and Abusive Language: Taiwanese Law Perspective)


Kelvin Wong, VXRL, Hong Kong SAR

Topic: Mac Memory Forensics – WeChat Analysis in a Live System


Gregor Urbas, University of Canberra, ACT, Australia

Topic: Balancing Privacy Interests and Law Enforcement Powers in Digital Search and Seizure: Consideration of Some Recent Cases


Ping-Hsun Chen, Graduate Institute of Intellectual Property, National Taipei University of Technology, Taipei City, Taiwan

Topic: Interactive Online Technology Patents Are Dead After Limeling Networks, Inc. v. Akamai Techs., Inc., 134 S. Ct. 2111 (2014)


Fa-Chang Cheng, NKFUST, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Topic:兩岸商標法保護制度與網路世界中運用所衍生相關爭議的初探 (Discussion of Cross-Strait Protection of IP: Between Taiwan & Mainland China)


Chih-Liang Yeh, Innovation Center for Big Data and Digital Convergence, Department of Information Communication, Yuan Ze University, Taoyuan, Taiwan

Topic: The Online Content Regulation in Taiwan: A Perspective of Emerging OTT Services



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