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... builds on and brings together a holistic view of topics covered in the context of corporate, legal, law enforcement, and government occupations. If you've worked hard to gain a mastery of the knowledge and skills to tackle a broad array of cyber forensic challenges, use this textbook as the global standard of knowledge. -W. Hord Tipton, CISSP-ISSEP, CAP, Executive Director, (ISC)2(R)

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Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Peter Stephenson is a cyber criminologist, digital investigator, and digital forensic scientist at Norwich University (Vermont). He is a writer, researcher, and lecturer on information assurance, digital investigation, and forensics on large-scale computer networks. He has lectured extensively on digital investigation and security, and has written, edited, or contributed to 19 books and several hundred articles in major national and international trade, technical, and scientific publications. He is an associate professor teaching network attack and defense, digital forensics, and cyber investigation on both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Dr. Stephenson is the chief information security officer for the university and is the director of the Norwich University Center for Advanced Computing and Digital Forensics. He has received the Distinguished Faculty Award in the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies. He has lectured or delivered consulting engagements for the past 37 years in 11 countries plus the United States and has been a technologist for 50 years. He operated a successful consulting practice for over 20 years and has worked for such companies as Siemens, Tektronix, and QinetiQ (UK). Dr. Stephenson began his information assurance career in 1964 as a crypto tech in the US Navy.

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Ridiculous Quality Assurance problem with the Printed Book 7. August 2014
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It is pretty ironic that the organization that publishes a book that endlessly promotes the virtues of quality assurance in all facets of digital forensics would fail to assure that most of the graphics in the physical book are legible. I am not just talking about typos (there are more than plenty) but the charts and other graphics are nothing more than smudges. The Kindle version of the book is much better though so don't bother buying the physical book as it is unusable.
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Poor graphical images. 27. September 2014
Von Dameron762 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Terrible quality control for a professional level textbook. Many, if not most, of the graphical images are blurry and out of focus to the point of being illegible. I regret purchasing this book as a pre-order.
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Could've used better editing and tighter focus 30. November 2014
Von Madmac - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Finally completed both (this and the the All-In-One book by Chuck Easttom) this past week and wanted to get my thoughts together to do a comprehensive review. First up Peter Stephenson's book as the lead author. This book felt weighty. I felt that Mr. Stephenson's book was not a easy read. The book did not have a thematic flow in that I felt was distracted by the many voices having input in the final product. Better editing could've helped with this. It had an air of academia in that it took a long mile to explain a concept that could've been explained by a quick block. Next Mr. Easttom's all-in-one book, I found Mr. Easttom's book to be a very quick and concise read. It got its points across and as a reader and someone experienced with the topics I both understood and was able to relate to what was being discussed. My only concern was that I felt that it was TOO understanding, meaning that I felt that it was too easy. This led me to purchase the Stephenson book and led me back to the Easttom book to retighten what the Stephenson book loosened.
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One Star 5. Dezember 2014
Von RAYMOND KHAWAND - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very bad figures resolution inside and i wish to replace it
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Very Poor Presentation; Good Technical Information 3. Dezember 2014
Von Thomas J. Quinlan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book must have been rushed. The content is, for the most part, sound. I've not noted any glaring errors or omissions from a technical perspective so far. (There are a couple of the domain review questions I have issues with, but those are minor points.) From a presentation perspective however, the book is riddled with errors.

Most of the images/pictures are distorted so much as to be unusable. Typographical errors abound. The typography is inconsistent within chapters (though oddly consistently inconsistent across chapters). It doesn't appear to have been proofread at all. I understand that different authors worked on different chapters, but it doesn't seem like anyone read across all the chapters so as to remove redundancies (even allowing for the fact that there must be some). It's unevenly paced - some chapters are just a few pages and others are dozens of pages. Referencing formats are inconsistent (footnotes, endnotes, etc.). Some of the typographical errors actually change the meanings of some of the sentences (though not drastically), which is never good in a technical book.

(My favourite typo so far: "Microsoft Windows is the most wildly used operating system" instead of "widely used operating system".)

If you can get past the really poor presentation, it's a good technical book. It's difficult to get past the poor presentation though.

EDIT 20141205: I've contacted Dr. Stephenson (the editor of the book). Apparently there were issues with the initial print run outside his/(ISC)2's control. He's going to have (ISC)2 send me another book at no cost. I've upped the ratings to 3-stars, and on receipt of the new book may up it to 4. From a technical perspective the book is sound (if some parts are redundant), and I passed my CCFP exam yesterday.
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