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New Cellebrite Analytics Product Family Accelerates Forensics Investigations

Cellebrite’s new UFED Analytics product family delivers a core set of analytic capabilities



Bitcoin – investigating crimes involving virtual currency – one day workshop: 6 December 2016

The day will be led by Kevin Beardsley and Nathan Jessop from international Bitcoin experts Elliptic



Investigating the Dark Web Workshop - 24 May 2016

Best practice in cyber crime investigations





The Investigator’s latest issue main features

Digital Detective: The rapid expansion of the digital world is forcing policing to take a radical look at how it investigates crime both online and offline. Carol Jenkins talks to NPCC digital forensics lead Essex Police Chief Constable Steve Kavanagh about the challenges ahead.

Web of Intrigue:
New research into the illicit world of the Dark Web and the criminality that is flourishing in this ‘secret’ area of the internet makes compelling reading for investigators.

Window of Opportunity:
New technology that can provide SIOs with a unique ‘investigative window’ into a crime by translating digital forensics data into actionable intelligence has been launched in the UK this month.


Digital Discoveries: UK investigators are to be given a unique insight into how cutting edge digital forensics techniques can benefit major investigations at a workshop this month hosted by CCL Forensics. Carol Jenkins talks to chairman and founder Andrew Krauze about the thinking behind the event.

Line of Site: Cell site analysis experts have developed new technology that is helping investigators access vital mobile phone date in the time it takes to make a cup of tea for a suspect. 









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