IntaForensics Announce enhanced Service Provision
IntaForensics are delighted to announce the enhancement and creation of a new service provision – the delivery of Radio Frequency Propagation Surveys (RFPS), more commonly known as Cell Site Analysis will now be delivered in-house within its Warwickshire laboratory.
After years of successfully working with a number of partners, IntaForensics have secured Carl Osborne, one of the UKs leading RFPS analysts as the company’s Principal Cell Site Analyst to lead this new area and develop the delivery of a range of associated services to new and existing clients.
In an age of almost complete dependence upon mobile devices, the demand for cell site surveying and analytics is increasing exponentially and we believe that the growing requirements of our valued clients can be better met by an in-house provision.
Carl joins IntaForensics from Northamptonshire Police where he led RFPS / Cell site analysis for Northamptonshire Police, working on a large number of high profile investigations and, owing to his excellent reputation, his expertise has frequently been requested to support Major Investigation Teams, Organised Crime Teams and Criminal Investigations Departments.
IntaForensics CEO Andrew Frowen is delighted with the new development, “We are extremely pleased to welcome Carl to the IntaForensics team. He brings with him a wealth of experience and is rightly considered to be a leading practitioner in this very specialised area. The addition of this new service will support and enhance the overall portfolio of professional services we offer to our clients. I am sure that Carl will ensure that the new services will soon be as successful as the other more established offerings to ensure that IntaForensics remains a leading name in the world of digital forensics, cyber security and providers of case management software.”
Carl Osborne – Principal Cell Site Analyst
Carl joins IntaForensics following a successful career spanning over a decade with Northamptonshire Police; as an experienced detective, he has a wealth of knowledge and experience in dealing with serious and complex investigations.
In 2014 he was instrumental in the set-up of the Cyber Crime Unit at Northamptonshire Police and played a key role in developing a response to cyber incidents and conducting digital investigations.
Carl is considered to be one of the most experienced Digital Media Investigators (DMI) in the UK and was handpicked by the College of Policing to be part of the DMI working group shaping the future for digital investigators nationally. He has presented best practice and innovative investigations methods to detectives across the country, many aspects of which have been adopted in future training packages.
In his time as a DMI he led RFPS / Cell site analysis for Northamptonshire Police, working on a large number of high profile investigations and, owing to his excellent reputation, his expertise has frequently been requested to support Major Investigation Teams, Organised Crime Teams and Criminal Investigations Departments.
He received 6 commendations during his service as well as a Force award in respect to his expert decision making and risk management.
As a highly experienced open source researcher and online investigator he was selected to be the Forces’ lead in training Open Source Research, Social Media and Digital Policing and has thus provided training to Detectives, Officers and Counter Corruption staff.
Carl brings with him extensive knowledge of cell site analysis, Wi-Fi access point analysis, and router analysis, as well as a wealth of experience into conducting digital, social media and complex online investigations and open source research. Further to this, he has great experience of presenting digital evidence in court and providing specialist advice as to its use.
For further information regarding Cell site and Call Data Record Analysis contact the IntaForensics team on +44 (0)2477 717 780 or email email@example.com