Following on from the previous post on Computer Forensics Courses, below is a list of the current university courses with places available, in the UK. (Correct at the time of publishing)
Attached is spreadsheet highlighting the position of the universities providing Computer Forensics courses according to the Guardian League Table. Another useful resource for University league tables is the Times
For those going starting on a computer forensics course, with the intention of going into the industry, the following books may be of interest:
Digital Evidence and Computer Crime by Eoghan Casey. A good book, though dated now, the author writes well and so its easy to read.
Malware Forensics – another book by Eoghan Casey, but one that focuses on “malware”. Good for those studying the Trojan defence and who want to go into a law enforcement/criminal work, not really for those in the civil sector, unless they have a very specific case they want to investigate.
Full article (with links to books) now on the new site – Computer Forensic University Courses | ESI.