Posted on 11 May 2016 11:20 PM

The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) is hosting a student poster presentation at their annual conference August 29th to  the 31st in Summerlin, Nevada.  We invite full-time undergraduate and graduate students to submit poster presentations on research and work in the field of cyber security, information assurance, eDiscovery and computer forensics.   Work being done in conjunction with a professor is permitted.  The poster session can also showcase the activities of HTCIA Student Chapters. 

For the first 10 students whose poster presentation is accepted, they will receive FREE conference registration for all 3 days (a $425 value).  In addition, research posters are eligible for a $500 award.   Student chapter posters are not eligible for the $500 award.  Students are responsible for the cost of travel and accommodations. 

HTCIA International Conference 2016 is a great opportunity for students to connect with cyber security and computer forensics professionals from around the world.   Please share this opportunity with your students and forward the announcement to any interested parties.  For more information on the HTCIA International Conference, please visit

Abstracts with 3 learning outcomes are due by May 20, 2016 in our EasyChair submission system at with notification of acceptance by May 31st.  Attached is more detailed information on the poster session.