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Case Study: Forensic Examination of Corporate File Server

Posted: 29-Mar-2016 16:00:00

The case involved the forensic examination of a number of documents which had been located on a corporate file server.

The client was in the midst of a dispute arising out of the construction of two properties. Various documents had been disclosed and the client had cause to challenge the authenticity of certain documents that had been put forward as evidence by the counterparty.

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50 Annoying Phrases We Have All Heard At Work

Posted: 22-Mar-2016 12:23:28
 
"It's on my radar"
"Lets touch base"
"Reach out"

We are all guilty of using phrases like this - especially at work. They are useful, particularly when you want to convey a message quickly or add context to a situation without going into masses of detail.
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The 7 Most Unusual Cases We Have Been Instructed to Work On

Posted: 19-Mar-2016 09:00:00

Working in the field of forensics we are used to dealing with the unexpected; from cheating students to drug cartels, over the years we have been asked to investigate some very unusual claims.

Stepping away from our usual post this week, we felt like taking a walk down memory lane and filling you in on some of the most bizarre cases we as experts have been instructed to work on.

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Pawn Storm Group Add Turkey to Their Target List

Posted: 14-Mar-2016 09:07:17


The depiction of modern spying is one that is often misunderstood. ‘Boots on the ground’ approaches still have their uses, however the days of fast cars, martinis (shaken, not stirred) and watches that both tell the time and cut through steel are all but over. In its place, the almost-as-glamorous glow of a computer screen, late nights and coffee after coffee after coffee is the modus operandi of the world of espionage.

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Case Study: Providing Expert Opinion on a Damaged Electrical Installation

Posted: 07-Mar-2016 15:19:43

A large outside advertising display failed shortly after installation due to water ingress. The design and IP rating of the enclosure were analysed as part of litigation proceedings.

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Case Study: Employee Steals Confidential Information to Assist Competing Business

Posted: 01-Mar-2016 15:00:00

IT Group was approached by a client that was concerned that the (ex) Marketing Director who had recently left the business to join a competitor was starting to win business from his client base.

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