In the computing forensics field, SRC specialises in evaluating the evidence on anything from a memory card to a corporate server.
SRC can provide expert witness statements in cases involving determing if certain evidence is present on the computer, testing how software works, cases where encryption has been involved (including withhold passwords) and recovering information when wiper software has been used, evaluating virus and Trojan contamination, determining the use of devices (hard disks, memory sticks, mobile telephones) with computer equipment and commenting on the validity of intricate proposed defences. SRC also takes instructions for a range of digital evidence cases involving ‘oddity’ investigations requiring bespoke solutions including taking instructions in matters involving IT/Telecoms contractual disputes and information security evaluations.
SRC can manage your instruction from start to completion including making arrangements with police forces to gain access to already seized materials or making arrangements to obtain access to computer systems with businesses including onsite examinations and forensic copying for litigation.
Sam Raincock works as principal scientist for SRC and has acted as expert in a number of high profile computer cases including:
- HMA v Undisclosed (computer evaluation - rape of a minor by a minor). December 2009.
- R v Adu Bunu (computer evaluation for credit card skimming). July 2008.
- R v Glenn Rycroft (computer evaluation – murder). June 2009.
- DPP v Jakub Fidler (computer and security evaluation - murder). July 2010.
- R v Undisclosed (computer evidence and non-disclosure of passwords). May 2011.
To receive free confidential advice about your computer forensics matter Contact SRC.