I’ve had a couple of interesting Twitter conversations recently about how to write a book. I’m enjoying sharing my thoughts on the book writing process (plus it gives me an excuse to procrastinate writing my next one) so please ask any questions you’d like to know about and I’ll respond in a post. Continue reading “Choosing Your Section Headings”
The other day someone on Twitter asked me how I’d found a co-author for Windows Forensics Cookbook and I realised it might make a good blog post.
I hadn’t planned on co-writing a book. I hadn’t even planned on writing a book about digital forensics, but the publishers who approached me really wanted me to. I said no several times before eventually saying yes on the condition that I could have a co-author to write it with me. Continue reading “Why You Might Want A Co-Author, And How To Find One”
SQLite forensics is an important part of many digital forensic investigations. Most smartphones and computer operating systems use SQLite, with each device often including hundreds of databases. Despite this extreme proliferation, SQLite forensics is often overlooked in conversations about current trends in digital forensics. Paul Sanderson’s book attempts to redress the balance and bring attention to the importance of SQLite forensics. Continue reading “SQLite Forensics by Paul Sanderson”
This article is a recap of some of the main highlights from the Techno Security & Forensic Investigation Conference 2018, which took place in Myrtle Beach, SC from the 3rd-6th June 2018.
Under the sunny skies of South Carolina, the digital forensic community got together at the beginning of June this year to discuss topics ranging from international espionage to the admissibility of evidence obtained from the cloud. Continue reading “Techno Security 2018 Round-Up”
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. Continue reading “Some Of My Favourite Digital Forensics Books”
The latest instalment in a series in which I answer the ongoing question “How do you fit it all in?”, which people ask me when I tell them what I do. Continue reading “How Do You Fit It All In? #6”
On Tuesday I turned thirty. Happy birthday to me.
I’m making up for never talking about or celebrating my birthday in the past by themeing a few posts around the number 30 this week. Also because it’s easy to come up with post titles that way, and I’m feeling lazy. Continue reading “30 Books That Have Influenced My Life”