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RAF Police Consultation Day

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A RAF Police Consultation Day will be held on 23rd June 2011 in the ARCH at RAF Henlow. The day will give those faced with leaving the RAF Police the opportunity to listen and speak to former members of the trade who have made the transition from the service to civilian employment. This will be …Read More

31st May 2011 | Posted in Cyfor, Events, News, Past Events 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


Clearwell Systems positioned as “Leaders” by Gartner

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Clearwell Systems has been positioned by Gartner in the “Leaders” quadrant of the “Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software”. This report is Gartner’s first Magic Quadrant on the electronic discovery industry. According to the report, “The reason e-discovery is now a pressing issue for most companies is clear: ESI [electronically stored information] in all its many …Read More

23rd May 2011 | Posted in eDisclosure by


Advanced BlackBerry Forensics Training

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Join CYFOR for TeelTech’s four-day BlackBerry Forensic course providing examiners with a comprehensive education on the BlackBerry platform, and the methods and tools available to get extensive data from the device, back-up files and BES server. Taught by veteran smart phone digital forensic examiner, Shafik Punja, the class exposes students to techniques that go beyond …Read More

18th May 2011 | Posted in Cyfor, Events, News, Past Events by


CYFOR launches new criminal forensics web site

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www.criminalforensics.co.uk Follow the link above to see our new web site.  This site has been developed to showcase our extensive experience in criminal defence cases.  It also provides some useful information such as current legislation.  The criminal forensics site compliments our existing corporate site – www.cyfor.co.uk and edisclosure site – www.cyfor-edisclosure.co.uk. Having worked in both …Read More

9th May 2011 | Posted in Cyfor, News by



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