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Recorded crime falls but what about under-reported crime?

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The British Crime Survey (BCS) released a survey last week that reported recorded crime is down 5%.  Fraud, however, remains largely under-reported to the police with e-crime and credit card fraud actually increasing during the last year.  The BCS indicated that people are now more at risk of being victims of plastic card fraud with Read More…

27th July 2009 | Posted in Cyber Security, News & Events by


Investigating inappropriate activity in cloud computing – is it possible?

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Traditional digital forensic investigative techniques have had to develop quickly to maintain a level playing field with the perpetrators of cybercrime. An evidentially sound investigation requires digital data to have been collected using forensically sound methodology if the integrity of any subsequent investigation is to be maintained.  Digital evidence should be complete, accurate, and verifiable. Read More…

20th July 2009 | Posted in Cyber Security, News & Events by


Fraud made visible by the recession

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The current economic climate is exposing frauds that in more positive time were previously well hidden. Frauds may often go undetected if the business can sustain the loss. The recession has now highlighted such cases, putting reputations and businesses on the line. With the incident of fraud set to rise this year, Pricewaterhouse Coopers has Read More…

16th July 2009 | Posted in Fraud by




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