Win a Free Pass to the SANS Digital Summit with Digital Forensics Magazine

The SANS Institute has offered the winner of Digital Forensics Magazine’s Issue 4 competition one free pass to either the 2010 Digital Forensics Response Summit in the UK (London, Sept 8-9) or next year’s US Digital Forensics and Incident Response Summit in July 2011…”This is a fantastic prize, worth $1,500. We’re delighted to be working with our friends at SANS to be able to offer this,” said Matt Rahman, Marketing Director for the magazine publishers.

Subscribers to Digital Forensics Magazine can find details of how to enter the competition on page 29.

In addition to running the competition, Digital Forensics Magazine are able to offer DFM readers the opportunity to attend the SANS 2010 European Digital Forensics and Incident Response Summit in London on September 8 – 9 at a 10% saving.

Join industry peers in London for the first SANS European Digital Forensics and Incident Response Summit, and hear forensics experts help you get the most out of your Forensics and Incident Response strategies operations. To register go to: https://www.sans.org/registration/register.php?conferenceid=22298 and use the Digital Forensics Magazine discount code: DFIRSTNDFM10.

Digital Forensics Magazine issue 4 was published online on August the 1st and digital subscriptions start at under GBP30. Users can upgrade their subscription to the print and digital version for only GBP10 at any time.


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About Digital Forensics Magazine
Digital Forensics Magazine is the flagship publication of TR Media Limited, a UK-based company which specializes in publishing academic quality consumer magazines and books for the information security sector. Digital Forensics Magazine combines the depth and research of the best academic journals with the more traditional consumer feel of a trade magazine. For more information, please visit www.digitalforensicsmagazine.com

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