The mobile forensic conference officially took place from 29 to 30 October 2018 ago, the event which involved many participants from all over the world has also run successfully and has become a routine agenda that is always held by the international mobile forensic committee. This conference is not without clear objectives.
For several purposes The importance of holding mobile forensic conferences has been felt rightly for the scientific world and its development in the future, this is because the mobile forensic conference itself is a gathering place for academic scientists, researchers and experts from around the world to exchange and share their experiences and research results regarding all aspects of mobile forensics.
Not only that, this mobile forensic conference can also be a new bridge for everyone to be able to directly contribute to being ordinary participants and resource persons through various selection, of course there will be more people who will join the mobile forensic committee international later, this can be proven through a number of new names that made it into the list of fillers.
Some people who made it through the selection and were finally able to give presentations at this event, such as Alexander Yushcenko for a paper on modern synergistic multi-science war studies and information security component, Turan Erdogan for his paper that discussed evidence-based practices for oral care in children, Jorge Maestre – Ana Lucila – Luis Javier, which discusses malware detection on mobile devices by analyzing system call sequences.
And there are many others. there were at least 15 papers that made it through the three-stage selection process and finally it could be presented at the mobile forensic conference in Barcelona last March. So in broad outline, this mobile forensic conference is very important to continue to be held every year because in addition to focusing on the world of mobile forensics, this event is also one of the drivers for the continued advancement of the world of science, engineering and technology academies that should continue to grow to meet the needs and the advancement of science especially in terms of this mobile forensic.