Computer forensics is the practice of collecting, analyzing and reporting on digital data in a way that is legally admissible. It can be used in the detection and prevention of crime and in any dispute where evidence is stored digitally. Computer forensics follows a similar process to other forensic disciplines and faces similar issues. Although lots of free information security training is readily available, the same cannot be said for computer forensics — it’s in high demand, but darned hard to come by. Some of the training mentioned in this article requires that you create an account.

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“Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is.”
Isaac Asimov

In this article sharing few resources related to digital forensics:

  1. SANS Blog:
  2. Forensic tutorials:
  3. EH Academy:
  4. IT Master Short course:
  5. eDX Forensics:
  6. NullByte:
  7. InfoSec Institute:
  8. Concept of Mobile Phone:
  9. Incident Response and Handling:
  10. iOS Forensics:
  11. Windows Phone Forensics:
  12. Android Forensics:
  13. Cybrary CHFI:
  14. Lynda Forensics
  15. Open Learn:
  16. Cryptography and Cryptanalysis:
  17. YouTube Short Course – Computer Forensics and IT Security 101:
  18. YouTube SANS:
  19. YouTube Information Warfare Center:
  20. Forensics Images and Challenges:

Also Read: Forensic as a Career 

PS: Education purposes ≠ endorsement

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