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Digital Investigation
Print journal from Elsevier that started in 2004.
(No URL yet)
Undergraduate journal for both students and instructors. Announced in 2007, the first issue is expected in the fall of 2008.
Forensic Science Communications
Published quarterly by the FBI.
International Journal of Digital Crime and Forensics
The inaugural issue will appear in January 2009
International Journal of Digital Evidence (IJDE)
Electronic journal that started in 2002.
International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics
International Journal of Forensic Computer Science
Journal of Digital Forensic Practice
Print journal from Taylor and Francis that started in 2006.
Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law
Official quarterly publication (print and online) by the Association of Digital Forensics, Security and Law.
Journal of Forensic Sciences
A traditional print journal about forensics, but interested in articles on digital forensics as well.
Blackwell Publishing is now the publisher of the JFS, and all issues prior to January 2006 are still available from ASTM
Published by the US Drug Enforcement Agency. The last few pages of each issue are devoted to digital evidence issues.
Transactions on Information Forensics and Security
Print journal from IEEE Signal Processing Society that started in 2005.
Small Scale Digital Device Forensics Journal
Online journal for academics and practitioners to publish articles regarding the theory, research, and practice in the rapidly changing field of Small Scale Digital Device Forensics.


The expertise involved in a forensic investigation is best showcased through the documentation of the evidence and the recording of the techniques used for forensic investigation.

External Links

Brian Carrier keeps a list of conferences and journals at This list was originally taken from Brian's and used with his permission.