A new issue of the Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review is now available and our Director of Innovation Andrew Sheldon selects his 'top read'
Our Director of Innovation Andrew Sheldon is a contributor to, and co-editor of, the legal reference book Electronic Evidence. He works alongside Stephen Mason, who also produces the Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review. The latest issue of that publication is now available for free at https://journals.sas.ac.uk/index.php/deeslr.
An excellent resource for any digital forensics investigator, it’s worth putting this on your regular reading list. From this issue Andrew has selected one of his ‘top reads’ - The Post Office Horizon IT scandal and the presumption of the dependability of computer evidence – which looks into the case of the Post Office software glitch that sent postmasters to prison.