Is there a chaos in Digital Forensic? (via Notes)

Posted on March 30, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Marian Svetlik makes some good points about the state of our industry in his latest jottings.

In general, I agree with David (see: http://integriography.wordp…fragmentation-of-the-digital-forensics-community/). I was very angry that after I left the service for LE at the same time no one of my former colleagues (and even across Europe) did not want to communicate officially with me, because I "was not their" I made ​​a Digital Forensic privately. I tried to find a suitable group, association, where we can discuss professional problems, … Read More

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