This website is the companion to the Digital Forensics Workbook, which contains over 60 hands-on activities using over 40 different tools for digital forensic examiners. From this site readers of the book can download data sets and receive updates to the book. The Digital Forensics Workbook was written for those, who are seeking hands-on digital forensics workbook hands on activities in digital forensics pdf acquiring and analyzing digital artifacts from media, network traffic, memory, and mobile devices.
The activities in the workbook move through the various stages of forensic examinations. The workbook is designed to augment existing learning, whether it be formalized academic courses, industry training classes, on-the-job learning, or independent studying. Each chapter contains step-by-step activities with known data sets so the reader can achieve the same results. The activities are followed with additional exercises and questions – over 150 in all, which build on the same principles and reinforce learning.
Double-click here and select a page to feature its content. The following are additional resources for those practicing the art and science of digital forensics.
The Black T-Shirt Cyber Forensics Challenge is a joint academic and industry contest designed to promote interest in digital forensics, foster relationships among academic institutions, develop relationships between academia and the corporate sector, and provide a valuable hands-on exercise for learning and training. The contest runs from January 1 to April 1. Winners are announced in May. On November 6, 2015 The New York Times published an article of a widespread sexting ring at the Cañon City High School in Colorado.