Hi, a warm welcome to all readers 🙂

As the line goes…

“There is no wealth like knowledge and no poverty like ignorance”
(c. 400/500 BC, founder of Buddhism)

It’s all about today’s digital security and increasing cyber-crime information. Sharp knowledge and computer soundness may lead you ahead and would be a differentiating factor among other tech geeks 🙂

Digital forensics (sometimes known as digital forensic science) is a branch of forensic science encompassing the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices, often in relation to computer crime. In simple words, techno-legal standard:


I: Identification

P: Preservation

A: Acquisition and Analysis

D: Documentation and Reporting


It’s not at all like what we see on “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation or CID” series. Cyber forensics can be tiresome, dreary, boring, and downright drudgery. Well, this blog primarily focuses on resources sharing in following areas:


Note: Kindly click on the “Blog” option available on the top right corner of the page. 

Dear readers, as you are aware that I try to post some links/articles on this blog which would help many/ some of you. I have been collecting these learning resources from multiple references which I thought, would be helpful to the community to have them posted in a single location. Some may feel that this is a self-promotion work which is absolutely wrong! Instead, some of the readers may find interest in the content because it is tedious to browse different sites and find out if anything of interest is available? As you’re aware that Google Search Engine is not perfect and hence, even if you enter a relevant keyword (of your interest), the relevant content may not easily available. Interested reader/ follower may use this blog as a knowledge enhancer.

My intention of posting information on my blog is to draw the attention toward the Cyber Forensic and security; Also, I expect that the readers of this blog may add their views/suggestions either in support or in disagreement and carry out a healthy debate further. This will also help me in making corrections.

The “Knowledge is Power” adage is long dead as the new reality of the workforce has taught us that sharing knowledge is beneficial to everybody. So start capturing and communicating your organization’s deep smarts and in case of any suggestion please contact me. Thanks 🙂

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Ajit Kumar Singh says:

    Good afternoon sir.
    Very informative content.
    Thank you.


    1. This is very interesting and very much informative. I really appreciate this and hoping to get more information.


  2. traduttore t says:

    What’s up, just wanted to tell you, I liked this article.
    It was funny. Keep on posting!


  3. Shivanjali says:

    Grateful for the opportunity to listen you and gain my knowledge…. Thank You Sir #GPCSSI21


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