Microsoft OneNote for Forensic Case Notes

Good notes, documentation, and reports are all keys to successful work as a forensic
analyst.  In addition, it is also important to be able to quickly locate relevant details in those bodies of work. All three can be accomplished with pen and paper, a word processing application, a digital notes application, an application specifically for case notes, or any combination of the above.

Not being able to read my own handwriting pretty much ruled out pen and paper for me, hence my search for a better tool for my forensic note taking and documentation needs. Continue reading

Currently Reading…

Handbook of Digital Forensics and Investigation

Editor: Eoghan Casey

I am currently reading Handbook of Digital Forensics and Investigation edited by Eoghan Casey.

The book is divided into two main sections. Part 1 deals with investigative methodology including forensic analysis, electronic discovery, and intrusion investigation. Continue reading