Digital Forensics in Major Investigations

CCL, in collaboration with The Investigator, is hosting a one-day workshop and lab tour to look at how technology can reduce time and risk in Major Investigations. Wednesday 29th June 2016 CCL, Stratford upon Avon The free workshop is aimed at Senior Investigating Officers. The day will look at the many current challenges around the analysis and interpretation of digital...

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Brilliant Digital Forensic Brain Exchange

CCL Forensics, a division of CCL Solutions Group Ltd, one of the UK’s leading digital forensics providers, teamed up with The Investigator on the 13th December to host their third free one-day workshop and lab tour for Senior Investigating Officers (SIO).  The day covered ‘Digital Forensics in Major Investigations’ which turned out to be a very big subject. Hosted at CCL’s...

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Digital Forensics Aids Road Traffic Investigations

CCL have advanced capabilities at their disposal in terms of Road Traffic Collision (RTC) digital investigations. Where the industry standard is to examine communication data only using commercial tools, CCL’s research and development has uncovered new artefacts previously unchecked using bespoke scripts. There was a requirement for CCL to investigate whether a suspect was distracted by their mobile phone when...

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Join CCL at the SIOs – Technology Innovation in Investigations Conference at Tally Ho

At this free event The Investigator magazine is inviting the UK’s SIOs, to join us for a conference and exhibition; showcasing all the latest digital forensic techniques, and cutting edge technologies, that have the potential to make a real difference to the efficiency and effectiveness of major crime investigations. CCL provide quality digital forensic services to law enforcement agencies, law...

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Dark Web training was a real success

CCL were delighted to host a one-day course on the subject of - ‘Introduction to the Dark Web for Investigators’. This was very well supported by members of law enforcement agencies, who not only participated in the day with their enthusiasm and keenness to find out more; but also brought along their ability to network with their colleagues, bringing a...

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CCL Attend Major Incidents and Emergency Response Conference (MIAER)

On Thursday (21/09/2017) CCL’s Director of Strategy, Giles Herdale, attended the annual Major Incidents and Emergency Response Conference (MIAER) as a speaker. He discussed cyber threats and how CCL can help Police and other agencies combat this dynamic modern day crime. He also discussed cyber security and what companies need to do to be prepared to face the modern criminal...

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CCL’s Alex Caithness presented a Python “taster” day for the F3 conference at Dunchurch

On Wednesday (27/09/2017) CCL’s Principal Analyst Alex Caithness presented a Python “taster” day for the F3 conference at Dunchurch in Warwickshire. Python is a programming language that we use extensively in our labs here at CCL to supplement the capabilities offered by off-the-shelf tools and offer new and innovative solutions to the emerging challenges in digital forensics. This presentation was...

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We have expanded our cell-site capacity

CCL are excited to announce, that due to a very high demand for our cell-site capabilities, we have expanded our capacity, bringing an extra three experts into our well-established team. With over 172 years of extensive cell-site experience between the team of six industry experts, CCL are now more geared up to assist you with your requirements, including any court...

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CCL director presents to leading academics on changing face of digital investigations

On Tuesday CCL director Giles Herdale gave a seminar at the crime science department at University College London. UCL has pioneered the development of innovative research methodologies around understanding and responding to crime since establishing the Jill Dando institute in [1997], and invited Giles to speak to the recently established Dawes Centre for Future Crimes, a multidisciplinary research centre bringing...

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Size Vs Accuracy – A Brief Explanation of Precision Recall

A question we are often asked is “How many results should be returned from a keyword search?” The answer depends on two things: Strength of keyword and search methodology Quality and contents of data The thing to keep in mind is that you need to end up with enough results to ensure no false negatives are missed. However, you do...

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