I read a lot. I write a lot. I work a lot. Sometimes these things coincide. One of the ways they coincide is through writing books about my day job, for which I also read books other people have written.
Here are a few of my favourite digital forensics books I’ve read over the past few years, which I’d recommend if you’re looking for relevant reading material.
Digital Evidence And Computer Crime by Eoghan Casey
A fantastic read for anyone who’s interested in the subject, this book is broken down into sections, each one dealing with a different area, from processing a crime scene to retrieving data from a smartphone. There are useful templates for report writing, memory aids and little boxes that highlight the most important parts of the text.
I know it’s big and scary-looking, but it’s absolutely worth reading if you’re a recently qualified investigator, law enforcement agent or forensic analyst. Check it out.