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Insurance Fraud Investigators Group – Seminar Testimonial

Insurance Fraud Investigators Group

CYFOR experts present digital forensics seminar to the Insurance Fraud Investigators Group.

CYFOR Forensics Director Keith Cottenden and Technical Manager Matt Lashley presented an informative seminar on digital forensics to the Insurance Fraud Investigators Group (IFIG).

The seminar specifically delved into cell site analysis, computer forensics and mobile phone forensics. Highlighting specific case studies and forensic techniques that are applicable to risk management and loss adjustment circumstances.

About the Insurance Fraud Investigators Group

The Insurance Fraud Investigators Group was established in the mid-nineties by several insurance fraud investigators that represented major UK insurers. They had indentified an increase in fraudulent activity against UK insurance companies and joined together to discuss this increasing problem. The group members developed a network and processes designed to share criminal intelligence for the purpose of fraud prevention and investigation. The IFIG has since grown substantially and now stands at over 320 member organisations, consisting of Lawyers, Investigators, Insurers, Loss adjusters and Law Enforcement agencies.

Insurance Fraud Investigators Group Testimonial

Thanks again to you and Keith for speaking at the event. I think it was very well received and we have had lots of positive feedback. Matt and Keith gave an excellent talk on cell site analysis and digital forensics in general, which was well received by all the delegates at the meeting. They were extremely engaging and knowledgeable and really brought the subject to life with some interesting case studies.”

Sam Lake – Insurance Fraud Investigators Group Training and Events Manager

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