Thank you to all of our readers that took the time to complete our blog reader's survey. Your participation was very much appreciated and we will use this information to better serve our our readers and the forensic community. Our blog has been successful because of you and it is important that we share the results with you. Not every question was answered by everyone that took the survey, so we had a tangible 111 responses (thank you).
Here are the results:
Under "Other (please specify)", there were a lot of responses for the SANS Institute website, so thank you for including that with your response.
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Under "Other (please specify)", the common theme was RSS feeds (e.g. Google Reader) and LinkedIn.
"Digital Forensic Tools & How-To's " were off the charts! Under "Other (please specify)", malware forensics, live incident response, encryption, remote forensic tools, and case examples were the most mentioned.
Under "Other (please specify)", email, Yahoo! Groups, and phone were specified.