As we continue to strive to bring you the latest happenings in the world of digital forensics, we are on the look out for anyone who has a story to tell or something to share that would benefit the wider profession.
If you are:
- researching a particular aspect of digital forensics
- have developed a new tool that you would like to share
- been involved in a case that has raised specific issues
then we want to hear from you.
If you have already written an article that has not been published or even one that has been published with a limited distribution and would like a wider audience, we are happy to discuss its suitability for any of our publications:
- Web White Paper
If you want a slightly less formal outlet than the web site or magazine, but still have something to say, we still want to hear from you for the DFM Blog and/or newsletter, if you:
- have an opinion on a recent news item
- a short story to impart
- need an outlet for your frustration
We are looking to identify a number of you who would like to be regular contributors to the Blog or maybe provide less formal articles for the newsletters.
Technical Tools / Application Developers
Have you created a tool or application that you would like to share with others? If so, then contact us immediately.
Many practitioners develop their own tools and applications to deal with specific situations that arise. Rest assured that you would not be the only one who will meet that situation. So if you are prepared to share your tools with others, we have established a tools download section on the DFM website.
All tools will come with the normal safety warnings regarding their use, and using our outlet will get you feedback from your peers.
Do you have the time and ability to technically review an article or tool/application? Then we want to hear from you.
At DFM we are always on the look out for people who are willing to carry out technical reviews of articles or tools/applications. We already have a waiting list of vendors who would like us to provide a technical review of their products, if you would like to join our team of technical reviewers; then contact us now.
Technical reviews will be published on the website and on occasion in the magazine, with the review fully attributed to the reviewers, if they so wish. You must not be a competitor or employee of the vendor who is supplying the technology for review, and you must have the skills and facilities to carry out any review. This is ideal for Universities or who have access to labs or those who have their own lab.
DO YOU WANT TO GET INVOLVED?
If you would like to get involved in any way, then drop us a line.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org providing a short biography and what aspect of DFM you would like to get involved with. We will then send you further details on how to proceed, in the area you have chosen.
Join the virtual team here at DFM and “Get Involved”