Following an intensive 2-day surveillance visit involving four UKAS Assessors, IntaForensics are delighted to announce that we have successfully maintained our comprehensive scope of accreditation for ISO 17025 and the current Codes of Practice and Conduct covering the end-to-end forensic examination processes of both computers and mobile devices.
IntaForensics CEO, Andrew Frowen says, ‘We would like to thank the UKAS assessment team for a very constructive review of our management system and technical operations. This thorough assessment has raised improvement suggestions that will undoubtedly benefit the organisation and reinforce the quality services that IntaForensics’ deliver. I am proud of all IntaForensics staff who contribute to the accreditation process.’
IntaForensics Director of Professional Services, Damian Walton added, ‘I want to thank the IntaForensics team who consistently strive to achieve the highest standards of quality service, engaging with the UKAS assessors in an enthusiastic and professional manner. We are now in a new phase of extending our scope of accreditation as we continue with Satellite Navigation devices and later in the year Cell Site Analysis (incorporating Radio Test Measurements, Cell Surveys and Call Data Record Analysis); this area of investigation is challenging for accreditation, however our experts are making good progress and the Board are confident of success.’
For full details, please views IntaForensics’ ISO 17025 scope of accreditation.