First Classroom Use Spotted

Today I was Googling to see what kind of exposure we’ve gotten so far, and I found a George Mason University (GMU) class that is planning to use our book this semester:

http://mason.gmu.edu/~jholcom9/ait673.html

It’s great to see our series make it back into the classroom! The second edition got so old it wasn’t really appropriate to use any longer.

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2 comments on “First Classroom Use Spotted
  1. Jean Ventura says:

    I am an Information Assurance major at Eastern Michigan University. My professor, Brad Wilkerson, is using the 3rd edition of your book as the course textbook in our IA 455 Incident Response class. This is the most readable and interesting textbook I’ve had the opportunity to use during my previous 3 years in the program. Thanks to the conversational tone with which you present the material, Incident Response and Computer Forensics, 3rd. ed. will be one of the few textbooks I have read cover-to-cover because I wanted to!

    • Jason says:

      Hi Jean – thanks for the comment! It’s nice to see that another University has picked it up and that you are enjoying the material.

      I wonder if we should start to make a list of courses using the book, so folks interested in going through a class with it can come here to find one or let us know about one not on the list…

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