Here's a potential new method in how you can get your research peer-reviewed

A weekend Twitter thread about having a lack of citable, peer-reviewed, DFIR research prompted me to volunteer to host a project management website (a sub-domain of dfir.training). I think the need is real for reasons mentioned on the Twitter thread, but whether or not it can work is all together a different matter. 

From what I have seen, peer reviewed DFIR research generally lives within journals and books , or within the walls of academia . Either the research is not freely available and/or not easily found within the walls and halls of educational institutions.  Research is blogged about, presented at conferences, and uploaded to the Internet via any number of websites, with much of this work not being peer reviewed .  There is too much great effort that is never formally published in which the researcher deserves to (1) receive formal recognition and (2) be formally peer-reviewed by the community

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