Digital Forensics Today is always on the look out for new talent and content and as the number one magazine for all matters Digital Forensics we are looking to expand our list of contributors. If you feel that you have something to contribute to the magazine in one of the following categories, contact us via email@example.com and join the ever-growing team of international contributors who are leading the discussions.
If you have an idea for an article, which you would like to discuss, or if you want to become a regular contributor, we want to hear from you. The field of Digital Forensics is vast and with the ever-increasing use of technology in so many aspects of daily life, not previously envisaged, the need for the Digital Forensic investigator to go beyond the hard disk and the mobile phone requires new tools and techniques. If you are involved in Digital Forensics or related research, developing new tools to solve a particular problem (especially new technology), a learning experience from a case study or just want to share your ideas and thoughts we would like to hear from you. It does not matter if you have not written before; we will work with you to craft your idea into a publishable article using our team of experienced authors and editors. If this is you then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit your article idea via the website www.digitalforensicstoday.com
As we see the increasing and innovative use of technology, the need to secure and investigate said technology is increasing. As a result we see an increasing number of books being published that require review and comment. Working with the leading publishers Digital Forensics Magazine obtains these books to allow us to review and comment on. These reviews are then covered in the magazine and carried on the DFM Blog. Once selected you will be sent a list of books available for review, you then choose a title that you like and we will send you the book. You read the book and then fill out a review form to be sent back to DFM. If you would like to become a book reviewer for Digital Forensics Magazine contact us at email@example.com with a CV to demonstrate that you have the required knowledge and experience to be a book reviewer.
Digital Forensics Magazine regularly carries articles on various supporting investigative technologies and we have a number of companies that have asked us if we would consider reviewing their products. This is not a rubber stamping exercise, this is an in-depth review looking at aspects such as ease of installation, ease of use, information gained, usefulness of the product, supporting documentation etc. etc. To become a product reviewer you will need to be a suitably qualified Digital Forensics Investigator who has knowledge of the disciplines in which the technology operates. If you would like to be a product reviewer contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a CV and a statement of why you believe you have the credentials to become a product reviewer.
The Digital Forensics Magazine blog is an outlet for news, commentary, ideas and even the occasional rant. We are looking for Digital Forensic researchers, investigators or even those with just an interest in the subject to join our growing band of regular contributors to the blog site to provide interesting and stimulating content. The content can be wacky as well as serious, however it must be related in some way to Digital Forensics and will be checked and edited prior to publication. If you would like to become a regular contributor to the digital forensics magazine blog then contact us at email@example.com
Digital Forensics Magazine is a global magazine printed in English and distributed to over 40 countries including those in South Africa, South America, Australasia, Eastern Europe as well as in the UK and USA. The cost of promotion to such a large audience in all of these geographical areas is beyond the budgets of the magazine, so we are on the look out for evangelists; those people who believe passionately about Digital Forensics and are active in their own communities. DFM Evangelists receive discount vouchers to pass onto their communities as well as having direct access to the marketing team at DFM who will help them promote Digital Forensics related conferences, events and activities in their region. If you are interested in becoming a Digital Forensics Today Evangelist contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digital Forensics Magazine prides itself on not just being a magazine, but also for being a source of quality, valuable, and useful information for the Digital Forensics Profession. Our goal is to bridge the gap between the academic journal and the traditional magazine. We want to hear from you on what is good or bad as well as what you would like us to include so please provide your comments to us via email@example.com and if you want to get involved in one of the activities outlined we would welcome you to the growing band of professionals who contribute to the growth of the magazine.