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Digital evidence – where do you start?

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CYFOR and Deans Court Chambers held a successful digital forensics seminar last Thursday.  It was well attended by lawyers and barristers and the feedback was very positive.  The speakers were Keith Cottenden, Forensic Services Director at CYFOR, and Joseph Hart, Deans Court Chambers Barrister.  Here are some highlights from their presentations… An introduction to digital …Read More

3rd October 2011 | Posted in Computer Forensics, CPD Seminars, Digital Forensics, Events, Past Events by

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