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Digital Forensics Magazine covers the following topics:

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  • Mobile devices
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If your business wants to reach anyone working or studying in these fields, Digital Forensics Magazine can help you. We pride ourselves on publishing a magazine with a great mix of professional and academic material that works on all levels of digital forensics investigation.


Our readership includes CIOs, CTOs, private investigators, police forces, computer crime experts, consultancies, boutique forensic businesses, software developers, and institutions such as universities and colleges and our readership covers the globe.


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Advertising in Digital Forensics Magazine offers a great opportunity to brand your company and showcase your software and hardware products, your services, and your expertise in a high-quality publication with superb editorial content. Digital Forensics Magazine's readers will be exposed to your advertisements while they learn about cutting edge digital forensics investigation techniques, legal cases, research, and industry discussion.

 
 

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Featured Book

Learning iOS Forensics

A practical hands-on guide to acquire and analyse iOS devices with the latest forensic techniques and tools.

Meet the Authors

Andrew Harbison

Andrew Harbison is a Director and IT Forensics Lead at Grant Thornton

 

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