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Big brother is watching – again!

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The Government has announced plans to monitor social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Bebo because current legislation from Brussels does not presently cover the monitoring of these types of sites. Again, the justification given, is the requirement to maintain National Security and track criminal gangs. There are presently no plans to track the Read More…

25th March 2009 | Posted in News & Events by


Police Hackers?

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The EU has agreed in principal a new cybercrime strategy that encourages the use of remote access to computers for the purposes of crime prevention or detection. These “searches” could be conducted by the Police or private companies and we could see an increase in their use over the next few years. I recently spoke Read More…

16th March 2009 | Posted in News & Events by


Half full ?

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The expression half full or half empty is often used to determine whether someones outlook on a subject is optimistic or pessimistic.The same can be said for many things. I often hear that there are two sides to every story; my personal belief is that there are three :- Our side Their side The Truth Read More…

11th March 2009 | Posted in News & Events by


Making the boat go faster

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I’m probably breaching CYFOR’s own editorial standards here, but I see no reason why (particularly as I’m the Managing Director!) I can’t post articles which are not necessarily related to the Computer Forensics industry. Recently, I came across an article on motivation and leadership. I’ve seen and read loads of these and depending on  my Read More…

9th March 2009 | Posted in News & Events by


Child Abuse suspect in USA ordered to provide passwords.

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A US federal Judge has made an unprecedented order, which is challenging the constitutional rights of defendants, to remain silent. US District Judge William Sessions has ordered that a man accused of possessing indecent of Images of children hand over the encryption keys to his computer. Judge Sessions overturned an earlier ruling made by a Read More…

6th March 2009 | Posted in News & Events by




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