The Sleuth Kit Informer is looking for articles on open source tools and techniques for digital investigations (computer / digital forensics) and incident response. Articles that discuss The Sleuth Kit and Autopsy are appreciated, but not required. Example topics include (but are not limited to):
To submit a full paper or just a topic, send me an email (carrier at sleuthkit dot org). The Sleuth Kit Informer is published bi-monthly on the odd months (January, March etc.). To keep the Informer as a newsletter and not a journal, articles must be less than 3,000 words in length. Topics that need more words can be covered in more than one article. Some level of editing will occur to ensure that the published articles are easy to read.
All articles will be published with the author's name and email address. The articles will be released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.
Last updated: May 16, 2006.