The purpose of this document is to provide information and guidance that will assist with the initial accreditation process, and also highlight requirements for the maintenance of accreditation and future extensions to scope. This guide aims to describe each stage of the accreditation process from initial preparation, including the production of quality documentation, the application process and assessment visits, through to understanding key requirements of the standard, achieving the grant of accreditation and maintaining that status for the full term of the certificate of accreditation.
We are hosting a course to support organisations who are working to achieve ISO 17025 accreditation. With the Forensic Science Regulator’s deadline for ISO 17025 accreditation for digital forensics laboratories rapidly approaching, many organisations have found that they need to increase the capability and capacity of their internal audit team.
Whatever your reason for looking at a new career, IntaForensics wants to speak to you! As one of the largest digital forensics service providers in the UK and with fully operating, secure digital forensics laboratories in Leeds, Nuneaton, Stafford and Warrington we are within commutable distance for many professionals.
IntaForensics have a great opportunity for an experienced Computer Forensic Analyst to join the team at their Stafford or Nuneaton Office.
From May 22, 2017 – May 25, 2017, we will once again be attending and representing our Lima Forensic Case Management Software at Enfuse 2017 in Las Vegas, USA.
Enfuse is a three-day security and digital investigations conference where specialists, executives, and experts break new ground for the year ahead.
Last week, we announced the next step in our comprehensive case management solution – Lima 2.3. This update will bring with it a multitude of functional and performance upgrades, the first upgrade promises to significantly change the way that evidence handling is managed in digital forensic laboratories across the world, and this second upgrade is no different. Introducing the Knowledge Base Look-Up feature.
We are attending the ‘CSE: investigating and managing CSE offences – an SIO’s guide’ on the 9th of March 2017 at The Rothley Court Hotel, Leicestershire, UK. If you too are attending, then please do not hesitate to speak to one of our representatives. Our Operations Manager, Rob Savage, and our Business Development Executive, Joe Farndon, are keen to inform you on the services we offer, and, to learn more from professionals working in like-minded organisations.
We hope to see you there.
We are attending the ‘SIOs and Innovation in Technology event’ on the 28th of February 2017 at the West Midlands Police Tally Ho! Conference Centre, Birmingham, UK. The aim of the event is towards ‘enhancing investigations on the front-line through cutting edge technology’.
Digital devices, for the vast majority of the population, are a part of everyday life. With 3.4 Billion Internet Users, 2.3 Billion Active Social Media Users (Twitter, Facebook etc) and 3.7 Billion mobile device users (Phones, Tablets), it’s always, therefore, worth considering “How can digital forensics assist my case?”
We are hosting a course to support organisations in achieving ISO 17025 accreditation. With the Forensic Science Regulator’s deadline for ISO 17025 accreditation for digital forensics laboratories rapidly approaching, many organisations have found that they need to increase the capability and capacity of their internal audit team and programme.
Here at IntaForensics, if it’s possible, we’ll do it. Nevertheless, due to influences from movies, TV shows and the media, this has led to some common misconceptions when analysing digital forensic services. These misconceptions concern what digital forensic providers are physically able to assist you with.
In the event of a computer forensic emergency, it is essential to take the right steps with the potential evidence. With this in mind, we have produced an emergency guide on ‘The Do’s and Don’ts of Computer Forensic Emergencies’ to ensure the process is as straight forward and you can reduce the likelihood of vital evidence being lost.