Dateline – 19th July 2018 As part of its National Cyber Security Strategy published in 2016, the Department for Culture Media and Sport today published its Consultation Document on creating the environment to develop the cyber security profession in the Continue reading UK Government Issues Cyber Security Professionalism Consultation Document
The ICT KTN, on behalf of the Forensic Science Special Interest Group (FSSIG), is conducting a survey of the UK’s Digital Forensics Capability. This work is being managed by Angus Marshall, of n-gate ltd., to whom any initial queries should Continue reading Digital Forensics Capability Analysis
The above question was sent to Digital Forensics Magazine and we thought it warranted a thoughtful answer so we asked Dr. Richard Howley who is the MSc Forensic Computing and MSc Computer Security Course Leader De Montfort University his views. Continue reading I’m about to enrol on a forensics degree at university, can you give me any hints/tips on how to be successful in forensic IT?
(ISC)² Security Congress – Collocated with the ASIS International 57th Annual Seminar and Exhibits – September 19th – 22nd, Orlando, Florida The first annual (ISC)² Security Congress offers invaluable education to all levels of information security professionals, not just (ISC)² Continue reading The first annual (ISC)² Security Congress
We also welcome the world-famous, forensics commander-in-chief, a.k.a. Rob Lee, as one of our regulars who will be taking forward his own column in each and every issue from now on (now that’s value for money!). Continue reading Issue 5 is Here
As part of the Training & Education theme for Issue 5 Digital Forensics Magazine is carrying out a global survey. The survey asks digital forensic practitioners around the world to complete the survey with a view to ascertain the level of qualifications held. Continue reading Digital Forensics Magazine Survey