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Marshall University is now accepting registration for participants, presenters and sponsors for the 12th Annual Appalachia Institute of Digital Evidence conference. The conference is planned for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 15-19 in the Memorial Student Center and the Weisberg Applied Engineering Complex on Marshall’s Huntington campus.
“We’re incredibly proud that our conference is now entering its 12th year and has reached the number of students and professionals that it has,” said John Sammons, director of Marshall’s Digital Forensics and Information Assurance program. “Our goal is to make this year our best yet. After 11 great years at the Marshall University Forensic Science Center, we’re moving the event to the Huntington campus in order to accommodate more attendees.
“This year, with more cyber security and forensic programs up and running, we hope to bring in students from across the Tri-State. That would include not only students from other universities and community colleges, but high schools as well. I would encourage any interested teacher, student or administrator to reach out to me if they have any questions.”