EUROPE'S LEADING FORENSICS EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE

DIGITAL FORENSICS | LABORATORY EQUIPMENT | SCENE OF CRIME | FORENSIC ANALYTICS

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  • From crime scene investigation and court room evidence, to lab equipment and digital analysis, Forensics Europe Expo is the only place for leading professionals to see the latest products and services in action.

  • How can compliance software help? With all of the documents and processes needed to achieve and maintain various forensic laboratory accreditations (including ISO 17025) managing them in a paper-based environment can be difficult.

  • Mobile Forensics: Not for Dummies

    08 Dec 2016 ElcomSoft Co. Ltd.

    ElcomSoft Co. Ltd. has published Mobile Forensics ?? Advanced Investigative Strategies by Oleg Afonin and Vladimir Katalov. The 7-1/2" x 9-1/4" paperback offers 380 pages of insight and knowledge accumulated by ElcomSoft researchers throughout the years. Amazon Kindle Edition as well as DRM-free PDF versions are available from Amazon and PACKT Publishing respectively.

  • Forensic Triage Unit

    23 Dec 2016 Adam North

    SceneSafe have developed a new division offer specialist vehicles custom built for the forensic industry. This division is born out of commitment to providing a bespoke solution and we have partnered with a industry expert conversion company to build a new forensic triage unit for the British Government.

  • Oxygen Forensics, the worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices and cloud services, announced today that it has expanded the number of sources from which it gathers vital evidence by adding data extraction from SIM cards.

  • CLIMS Forensic Laboratory Management Platform strengthen the solution portfolio with extended Digital Forensic and Kinship/Paternity modules. VERISIS is a more then 25 years old international company with a mission to help forensic people to do more, to do better, to do faster and to feel better.

  • If a crime has been committed where evidence or a body is concealed underwater, then there is a good chance that investigators can retrieve valuable evidence that can often prove the difference between a won and lost case. Forensic search specialist Peter Faulding has built up a wealth of experience in searching the underwater crime scene for evidence.

  • Regulation Requirements: A root and branch reform of the way forces process forensic evidence is underway with the introduction of the ISO17025 international standard. Forensic Regulator Dr Gill Tully talks to Carol Jenkins about the progress made so far.

  • Digital Time Bomb

    07 Feb 2017 Carol Jenkins, The Investigator
    As the service digests the findings of the recent HMIC report into police efficiency, Giles Herdale, who leads the NPCC Digital Intelligence and Investigation programme, suggests it needs to take a stark look at its existing structures and processes in order to bring about lasting change.

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