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How can you justify a forensic readiness plan?

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CYFOR has recently been implementing forensic readiness plans (and training) for a number of FTSE 250 and AIM listed companies.  When we speak to heads of information risk or technology, they commonly recognise the benefits of implementing a plan but they ask us what legal and regulatory presidence have been set so that they can …Read More

3rd February 2012 | Posted in Digital Forensics, Forensic Readiness Planning by


Prepared for the snow? Prepared for an incident involving electronic information?

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In these snowy conditions that we are currently experiencing in the UK, we have all been very conscious of ensuring our cars are winter ready in preparation for getting stuck in a snow drift – boots, blankets, torch, spade….but are we so prepared in our organisations in the event of a incident involving electronic information …Read More

3rd December 2010 | Posted in Computer Forensics, Digital Forensics, Forensic Readiness Planning by


Laptop encryption – prevention is better than cure

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A survey of 130 UK public and private organisations by Check Point found that 52% of respondents do not use data or device encryption to secure their business laptops, while a further 8% admitted they did not know if encryption was in use. Nick Lowe, Check Point’s head of sales said, “all the data security …Read More

26th November 2010 | Posted in Digital Forensics, Forensic Readiness Planning by



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