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Relativity 9.5 Upgrade

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CYFOR are currently upgrading to Relativity 9.5 Due to this essential upgrade, Relativity will be unavailable from Friday 3rd March 20:00 to Monday 6th March 08:00 (GMT). If you have any emergency queries, please contact the eDiscovery team on ediscovery.team@cyfor.co.uk

28th February 2017 | Posted in News & Events by


What is Computer Forensics?

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CYFOR’s Head of Computer Forensics and industry expert John Young, details the specifics of Computer Forensics. A specialist technique, which can provide vital digital evidence within investigations.   What is Computer Forensics? What is Computer Forensics? It is a specialist process that involves the analysis of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) that is stored on electronic devices, such Read More…

22nd February 2017 | Posted in Computer Forensics, Digital Forensics by


Cyber Security Infographic: Exploring Cyber Attacks

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A CYFOR Cyber Security Infographic, detailing some of the key types of cyber attacks that threaten all organisations globally. Cyber attacks are becoming ever more common; as cyber criminals take advantage of the various malicious activities available to them. These attacks are deployed against businesses and organisations of all sizes and descriptions. A common misconception is Read More…

24th January 2017 | Posted in Cyber Security, Data Sheets, News & Events by


What is Cell Site Analysis!?

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CYFOR’s in-house cell site professional and industry expert James Matthews, details the specifics of Cell Site Analysis. A specialist technique, which can provide vital digital evidence within a criminal investigation. What is Cell Site Analysis? Historic Cell Site Analysis, more commonly known as Cell Site Analysis, is the process through which the Call Data Records (CDRs) Read More…

20th January 2017 | Posted in Digital Forensics, Mobile Phone Forensics by


North West firms lose £107million each year due to cyber-crime…

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…and £70million of this is avoidable. North West companies are particularly vulnerable to the effects of cyber-crime, according to research. The July 2014 report published by Lancaster University’s Security Lancaster reveals that among the industries operating in the North West of England, the transport, health, professional and scientific sectors face particular risks to cyber crime. Read More…

6th January 2017 | Posted in Cyber Security, News, News & Events by



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