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I found CYFOR to be extremely professional in dealing with my case. Not only were they helpful at all times but were able to provide information that could be easily understood by those without technical knowledge.


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New CYFOR video blog

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Please click on the link below for an overview of the use of computer forensics by our Managing Director, Joel Tobias. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HD16Pd8kOdo

15th December 2009 | Posted in News by


The new green cross code

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Lessons in using the internet safely are set to become a compulsory part of the curriculum for primary school children in England from 2011.  The government strategy ‘Click Clever, Click Safe’ will encourage children to follow an online ‘green cross code’ to block and report inappropriate content. “We must ensure that this virtual world is …Read More

9th December 2009 | Posted in Cyber Security, News & Events by


Networking at F3

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In November CYFOR attended the F3 Annual Conference along with a number of Law Enforcement agencies and fellow commercial forensic providers. Presentations were made by a number of leading figures in the field of digital forensics including Professor Tony Sammes of Cranfield University. Topics ranged from the examination of BitTorrent Artifacts produced by popular BitTorrent …Read More

7th December 2009 | Posted in News by


CYFOR at the MTEB Mobile Forensics Conference 2009

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CYFOR attended the first MTEB Mobile Forensics Conference last week at Denbies Wine Estate, Surrey.  A wide variety of people attended and shared their knowledge and experience in dealing with the ever changing world of mobile phone forensics.  The speakers were varied and covered a range of topics including seizure procedures and cell site analysis.  …Read More

3rd December 2009 | Posted in Mobile Phone Forensics, News by



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