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  Topic: Learning the Basic Skills

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PostForum: Training and Education   Posted: Sat Aug 28, 2004 4:17 am   Subject: Learning the Basic Skills
Maybe I'm stating the obvious, but good old fashioned books are always valuable. Get down to Amazon!
  Topic: Mobile Phone Forensics: Computing?

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PostForum: Technical Issues: Peripherals   Posted: Sat Aug 28, 2004 4:13 am   Subject: Mobile Phone Forensics: Computing?
I need to look into mobile phones. I guess it falls under computer forensics nowadays? Or does? Perhaps not.

I'm thinking of all the data that can be stored on them. My inclination is to follow nor ...
  Topic: Learning the Basic Skills

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PostForum: Training and Education   Posted: Sat Aug 28, 2004 4:09 am   Subject: Learning the Basic Skills
Yes, that sounds good to me. Get the basics in place and go from there.

You can sometimes see decent good units on forensics at general IT and computer security conferences. Follow them up, talk t ...
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