July 2018

Cover Story

New Challenges in Cyber Forensics

Today's digital investigator must learn how to extract evidence from drones, encrypted portable devices, cryptocurrency trades, and a growing range of appliances and products defined as the Internet of Things (IoT).


There Oughta be a Law

Editor David Griffith (Photo: Kelly Bracken)

Murdering an officer's reputation is almost as heinous as killing the officer and it needs to have serious repercussions.


Seek Thermal: Heat Vision

Seek Thermal's Reveal ShieldPRO features a display that shows a representation of the target's...

Seek Thermal's new Reveal ShieldPRO thermal imaging camera can be used in total darkness to help law enforcement officers detect persons, hazards, and evidence.


Wide Open Spaces

Illustration: Sequoia Blankenship

As it turned out, this was a perfect example of the "bad assignment" that resulted in many positive outcomes.


Madness Control

Jon Adler

There are not enough officers and investigators to scan the Internet and discern what's a viable threat.


Working in Low Light

We don't ever want the bad guy to have the advantage in any situation, especially in low light....

Criminals like the dark, and we have to know how to counter their use of poorly lit locations and nighttime hiding places.