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CYFOR Receives Visit from David Lidington MP

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Member of Parliament for Aylesbury, Rt Hon David Lidington, recently visited CYFOR’s south of England forensics lab and met with its team of digital investigators. The MP travelled from Westminster to the Aylesbury laboratory on Monday, saying his reason for the visit was to learn more about one of the high-tech businesses within his constituency. The …Read More

25th March 2015 | Posted in In the Press, News, News & Events by


‘Fighting Fraud’ special report out in The Times today

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A 16-page special report on Fighting Fraud is out in The Times today, aiming to highlight the issue of fraud to all businesses, and educate the senior management as to how to combat the ever growing threat to their organisation. CYFOR is a featured advertiser in this year’s edition. Despite fraud costing the UK economy billions of pounds …Read More

24th September 2014 | Posted in Cyfor, In the Press, News, News & Events by


CYFOR contributes to conviction of three defendants for defrauding Virgin Media

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A three year investigation by Virgin Media, which was assisted by CYFOR, has led to a combined fifteen year jail term for three men involved in defrauding Virgin Media. This multi million pound prosecution targeted Rayyonics, the largest manufacturer and supplier of illicit set-top boxes branded Eurovox in the UK.  The three defendants were instrumental …Read More

18th July 2011 | Posted in Computer Forensics, Cyfor, Digital Forensics, In the Press by


Birmingham man sentenced for defrauding Virgin Media

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The final member of a gang of TV fraudsters from Birmingham has been sentenced to six years imprisonment at Birmingham Crown Court for illegally modifying digital set-top-boxes enabling customers to access digital TV subscription channels for free. Mr Subhan Ali, aged 29 of Turner Street, Sparkbrook, is the last defendant to stand trial having fled …Read More

24th May 2011 | Posted in Computer Forensics, Cyfor, Digital Forensics, In the Press by


Searching for mobile gold

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Dan Williams, one of our mobile phone forensic investigators, recently contributed to an article for the BAPCO Journal – http://www.bapcojournal.com/news/search.php?_FB%5Bq%5D=searching+for+mobile+gold Mobile forensics is becoming widely established as a vital component of modern policing with forces across the country embracing the technology and increasingly “doing it for themselves” rather than relying on third party outsourcing – …Read More

29th July 2010 | Posted in Cyfor, Digital Forensics, In the Press, Mobile Phone Forensics by


CYFOR leads crackdown on TV fraud scam

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A gang of TV fraudsters face lengthy custodial sentences after profiting from selling illegal set top boxes to receive Virgin Media channels. CYFOR was key to this investigation providing conclusive evidence in the high profile investigation which sends out a warning to other would-be fraudsters. The illegal set-top boxes allowed people access to some of Virgin …Read More

28th May 2010 | Posted in Computer Forensics, Cyfor, Digital Forensics, In the Press by


Nursery child abuse investigation

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Our Managing Director, Joel Tobias, was interviewed by Channel M News and BBC Radio Manchester regarding the current child abuse case of Vanessa George, Colin Blanchard and Angela Allen.

6th October 2009 | Posted in Computer Forensics, Cyfor, Digital Forensics, In the Press by


CYFOR comments on identity cards

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A clip from Key 103 radio station including an interview with Keith Cottenden from CYFOR.

7th May 2009 | Posted in Cyfor, In the Press by




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