Appalachian Institute of Digital Evidence

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The Appalachian Institute of Digital Evidence is a regional not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving the legal, technical, public sector, and business professionals for whom digital evidence is part and parcel of their work. The AIDE exists to help network administrators, digital forensics practitioners, law enforcement, and legal professionals survive – and even thrive – in the ever-changing landscape where technology and the law meet. Fostering collaboration among practitioners, students, and academics, AIDE aims to improve access to information, develop solutions to practical problems, and narrow the gap between the accessing and use of digital evidence and traditional physical evidence in the law.


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AIDE 2013 Irongeek
AIDE 2012 Irongeek
AIDE Winter 2011 Irongeek
AIDE Summer 2011 Irongeek
AIDE 2010


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