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This book should be considered required reading for anyone interested or involved in network forensics or InfoSec un general. The case studies are especially interesting to perform and a great way to hone your knowledge and skills in this area.
Probably best for an individual with a strong background in networking theory, design and implementation as well as at least a basic knowledge of packet capture and analysis tools, (tcpdump, Wireshark, etc).
There's lot's of material on "computer forensics" but until now this book there's been absolutely nothing on "network forensics".
This is the "Bible" if networks are important to your company's security or you need to know how to find the top talent in the field.
Not overly technical (some things may be better kept secret) but it will certainly have you thinking about things you may not have known were hidden within your networks. Should be on every networking professional's bookshelf!