Wednesday, 30 October 2019 02:00

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Winner of the Forensic Notes Giveaway

The three winners have been chosen! Justin Bartshe, Matt Bertsch, and Michael Callan each won a 3-year license of Forensic Notes, and I can’t wait to hear how their notetaking opinions are going to change for the better (not that they are doing it wrong, but we can all do better).


DFIR Training Trick or Treat Special

The regular price of $125 is dropping 60% in a Trick or Treat Special that starts on October 31 at 11:59PM and ends on November 7, 2019 at 11:59PM. Limited to only the first 50 subscribers.  Current subscribers can drop down to $50 too!


Dozens of hours of training, as much as you want, for as long as you want to subscribe, including ebooks, podcast, and more upcoming courses. And when you complete a course, you get printable proof of completion to document your hours formally.


Tools and new blog

Ian Whiffin both started a new DFIR blog and released several forensic tools worth checking out at .


Why is this notable on DFIR Training?  Because if you are not listed on like Ian, you should be :)


More events added, with a large group of courses by MSAB scheduled well into 2020.

Another Directory Map

In process is a DFIR business directory map, exactly like the DFIR Association Directory map. Should be done soon.  The point of the map is that you will be able to zoom down to where you want to find a local DFIR business (software, hardware, services).  If you haven’t seen the DFIR Associations Map, check it out!


DFIR Training Newsletter

Sign up to get the first newsletter coming out soon. This is not your daddy’s DFIR newsletter by the way.

The Official DFIR Training sticker

It’s the best-selling merch item so far that I have, with ‘Digital Forensics is a lot like being a medical examiner, but without the blood’ t-shirt taking up a close second.


The Next DFIR Tool Giveaway….

It’s coming…details being worked out. Stay tuned!



Collected, embedded, sorted, and presented to you for ease of learning the DFIR. More videos coming, webinars, and featured videos too. Stay tuned as more get added!



That’s it for this week!  But guess what..more coming next week!


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