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12th Annual Appalachian Institute of Digital Evidence (AIDE) Conference

The 12th Annual Appalachian Institute of Digital Evidence (AIDE) Conference will be April 15-19 at Marshall University (Huntington, WV).  See flyer at bottom of the page for additional details and links for registrations and presentation proposals. This year's conference will also host a job fair as part of the programming on Thursday and Friday. For those who are not familiar with the conference, below are some of the highlights: 
National Speakers that are regular presenters at the biggest cyber conferences in the United States such as Black Hat & Def Con events.
Students attend for free (all they have to do is register).
Five different learning tracks including Cyber Security, Digital Forensics, Open Source Intelligence, Health Care Cyber Security, and Law Enforcement. 
A dedicated just to high school students. 
Welcomes student and faculty research and presentations in any of the tracks. 
For questions about the conference, please contact:
John E. Sammons, MS, ACE, CCLO/CCPA, FLO 
Associate Professor
Chair, Department of Forensic Sciences
Director: Digital Forensics and Information Assurance Program 
One John Marshall Drive | Huntington, WV, 25755
Phone: 304.696.7241 | Fax: 304.696.6533
Facebook: Marshall Digital Forensics | Appalachian Institute of Digital Evidence
Twitter: @JohnSammonsMU | @MUDigForensics | @AppyIDE
2019 AIDE Conference Flyer1.32 MB
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