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ECCE2006 - e-crime and computer evidence 2006


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Dakota Hotel

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e-crime and computer evidence 2006, Nottingham UK
12th,13th, 14th September 2006 in the
Dakota Hotel - the conference venue

ECCE2006 is the second E-Crime and Computer Evidence Conference to be held in Europe. Following the success of the inaugural event, held in Monaco in 2005, the event has been expanded to a 3-day programme.

Current status (7th September 2006)

Due to unforeseen circumstances, a couple of speakers have withdrawn overnight. A new version of the programme is now online.

We are still accepting registrations for single days or the full conference and have a few places left for the conference dinner. If you are considering attending as a day delegate without advance registration, please call us on 07092 372395 to check availablity.


The committee intends to retain the excellent mixture of papers from technical, legal and criminological researchers and practitioners and is keen to see a significant number of posters presented at this year's event. To this end, presenters and/or authors of all accepted papers or posters will be eligible for a significantly discounted rate on the daily delegate rate. This discount will equate to around 33% of the registration fee.

Conference Committee

The conference is organised by n-gate ltd. and does not need to make a profit. It is intended to bring practitioners from various disciplines togther to share experiences and ideas.

The committee/review panel are :


We are delighted to be working with the Dakota Hotel in Nottingham this year. The Dakota is a sister hotel to the Columbus which proved to be an excellent venue for us in Monaco offering excellent conference facilities at sensible prices. This trend will continue and we are pleased to offer an invitation to the partners of all delegates to join us at no extra cost. All rooms will be offered on a "per-room" rate, including breakfast, and we will be organising a programme of additional tours etc. around the historic sites of Nottingham, perhaps most famous for the exploits of Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham.