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Call for Papers - Journal of Digital Investigation Jun 08 2007 05:26PM
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Content preview: Digital Investigation: The International Journal of
Digital Forensics & Incident Response The Journal of Digital
Investigation is a widely referenced publication that brings together
forensic examiners, incident handlers, and attorneys in corporate,
criminal and military settings. Publication in this journal helps
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Digital Investigation: The International Journal of Digital Forensics &
Incident Response

The Journal of Digital Investigation is a widely referenced publication
that brings together forensic examiners, incident handlers, and
attorneys in corporate, criminal and military settings. Publication in
this journal helps develop an individual's credentials as an active
member of their field.

Practitioners use this journal to inform others of new techniques,
useful tools, developing challenges and lessons learned. Papers from
recent issues include:

- Tackling the U3 trend with computer forensics by Andy Spruill and
Chris Pavan
- Using every part of the buffalo in Windows memory analysis by Jesse
D. Kornblum
- An examination into MSN Messenger 7.5 contact identification by Mike
Dickson
- Case study: AOL instant messenger trace evidence by Jessica Reust
- Forensic imaging of embedded systems using JTAG by Ing. M.F.
Breeuwsma
- Digital detective - Bluetooth by Adam Laurie
- The unique challenges of collecting corporate evidence by Jim Kent and
Byrne Ghavalas
- Case study: Network intrusion investigation - lessons in forensic
preparation by Eoghan Casey, 2005

We invite practitioners to share their knowledge and experiences
relating to digital investigations in the form of case studies, tool
reviews, legal commentary, as well as research. Submission guidelines
and additional details are available at www.digitalinvestigation.net.

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