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Take a look at previous editions of our newsletter here…

ISSUE SEVEN – From a useful guide on the media’s current buzzword, ‘cryptocurrencies‘, to the new Apple Watch; from a look at the WannaCry hero’s arrest, to the truth about why Facebook shut down their AI, and much, much more, this issue is jam-packed with features for every investigator.

ISSUE SIX – Packed with information including a handy guide on responding to ransomware, a critical look at the new Snapchat update, and how to become drone-savvy. Nomination categories and dates are announced for the 2018 Digital Investigation and Intelligence Awards!

ISSUE FIVE – An announcement of the latest member of the Blue Lights Digital team, an opinion piece on the Metropolitan Police decision to recruit detectives from outside policing and a headline feature on the potential impact of confirmation bias on investigation in the digital age.

ISSUE FOUR – Celebrating Blue Lights Digital turning two, we gave a full review and publicly announced the winners of the 2017 Digital Investigation and Intelligence Awards and took a look at the future challenge drones may present to law enforcement organisations worldwide.

ISSUE THREE – A fun filled Christmas message to all of our followers containing details of the latest career opportunities in our growing team and an AWESOME 360degree virtual reality Where’s Wally game.

ISSUE TWO – Released specifically in response to the HMIC report which found forces were ‘overwhelmed’ by digital evidence, we give our response and support for the significant work already being undertaken to address the recognised challenge nationally.

ISSUE ONE – In an action packed inaugural newsletter, we announced our move to our new headquarters, were featured in The Investigator magazine and offered a technical insight into the future challenge that wearable devices will pose to the digital investigation and criminal justice communities.